Kids Devotions

17 Bible Based Christmas Gift Ideas for Babies and Toddlers!

17 Bible Based Christmas Gift Ideas for Babies and Toddlers {ages 0-3}

As you are making your Christmas present list (or really any gift list), you might be looking for some great Bible-based gifts for a baby or toddler that are actually useful, don’t break the bank and don’t create lots of extra clutter! Today I’m sharing some of our favorite things, 17 ideas that include DIY gifts to heirloom toys and Scripture music […] Read more…

Advent Ideas for Families

When I search the internet or check out Pinterest and see ideas for celebrating Advent, they often involve a “minifigure set” creating a holiday scene or cute craft activities for the month of December. And certainly, those are all fun things that can add to the joy of the season! But truly, Advent is more […] Read more…

A Psalm for Thanksgiving: 5 Day Family Bible Study on Psalm 100

Use this Thanksgiving Bible study for your family on Psalm 100 to teach your kids to be grateful and nurture a heart of thankfulness grounded in God’s Word! As a mom of four children, sometimes I’m not sure how to talk about being thankful with them–AGAIN. We really do hear “be thankful!” a lot, and sometimes when […] Read more…

11 Bible verses for girls about having confidence

11 Bible Verses for Girls That Will Inspire Confidence

How to raise a confident Christian daughter, with guidance from Scripture to make them strong and find their confidence in Jesus! As a mom of two daughters (currently 4 and 10), it’s been on my heart over the past few months to find Bible verses for girls that would speak specifically to them both as […] Read more…

12 Bible Passages to Learn with Your Kids This Summer

If you search online, you can find lots of ideas (and a certain number) of “Bible verses everyone must know.” But oftentimes, there’s really no explanation as to what impact they should have on our lives. I strongly believe that without application, reading and memorizing a bunch of Bible verses doesn’t really have a lasting […] Read more…

5 Everyday Ways to Share Jesus with Your Kids

“Help me out, fellow moms,” my friend pleaded on Facebook. “How can I talk about God with my kids? They go to preschool at a church and I feel like they know Jesus better than I do!” As Christian parents, we want to be the main spiritual influence in our kids’ lives. We want to […] Read more…

How to Explain Jesus’ Birth to Your Kids

There comes a time in every Christian parent’s life when you have to stop rushing through the verse in the Bible that says “the angel Gabriel was sent from God to a city of Galilee named Nazareth, to a virgin named Mary”….and explain Jesus’ birth to your kids. I admit to mumbling my way through those opening lines […] Read more…

9 Thanksgiving Books That Keep Your Kids Focused on God

Here are 15 great faith-based Thanksgiving books that keep your kids focused on God!  This post was updated to include more books on 11/14/2019. During the month of November, we often talk about what we are thankful for. And it’s so good to count our blessings, but it’s also very important to talk to our […] Read more…

Pumpkin Patch Parable Activity Pack!

The Pumpkin Patch Parable by Liz Curtis Higgs is one of our favorite fall books! I’ve read it with my kids every year for the last five years (and even the older ones still listen in ;) ) This story walks children through how a farmer grows a pumpkin patch and then carves his pumpkins […] Read more…

Bible Verse Lunchbox Notes for Beginning Readers!

A few weeks ago, I created Bible verse lunchbox notes for elementary and older children. I wanted to know if any of you could use lunchbox notes for your early readers too! The response was an overwhelming “yes!” so I made six Scripture verse lunchbox notes with simple verses that are designed for children who […] Read more…

Proverbs Bible Reading Plan for Kids

Summertime is here, hooray!! We’re so thankful for three months of lazy afternoons at the pool, late night bonfires, extra time with friends and family and a few little vacations along the way. After the school year finished up, I found myself looking for a Bible reading plan for my children that we could go through […] Read more…

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