20+ Non-Toy Gift Ideas for your Kids

Every once in a while, I go on a cleaning spree. In similar fashion to my son’s miniature John Deere front-loader, I zoom through the house scooping up stray toys, nubby colored pencils and other discarded craft supplies, plus an occasional piece of “hidden” (read “old and nasty”) candy and toss them in a large […] Read more…

Children’s Kindle and Audiobooks on Sale at Amazon!

I’m excited to share some awesome children’s Kindle and Audiobooks that are at a deep discount on Amazon right now! You don’t need a Kindle or a subscription to Audible to download these books. Family-Friendly Audiobooks – SALE! **Be sure to click into the item and check the audiobook sale price! Kirsten: An American Girl […] Read more…

9 Thanksgiving Books That Keep Your Kids Focused on God

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 children about Who we are thankful to for all of these blessings! I thought it would be really fun to share with you some of 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…

15 Scriptures to Pray in the Darkness

The diagnosis was devastating and yet not unexpected. My grandmother had been sick for a long time, but because she never wanted to go to the doctor, her symptoms puzzled us all for almost a year. Then, finally, an answer. Pancreatic cancer. Death would come within months. She had lived a long and blessed life….but […] Read more…

Biblical Reformation Resources for the Family!

Re-emphasizing our salvation by grace through faith was one of the main focuses of the Reformation. Though these biblical truths were not new, some in the church at that time had added extra requirements onto salvation, putting Christians under the burden of the law. As Martin Luther studied the Bible, he desired to communicate the […] Read more…

Bible Verse Lunchbox Notes for Early 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…

The Big List of Scripture Music for Kids

Do your kids love to sing the same songs over and over again? Yep, mine too. The great thing about repetition through song is that it makes for an easy way to commit words to memory–especially when those words are Scripture! I really think putting Bible verses to music is the best way to learn […] Read more…

Dayspring BOGO Sale!

Dayspring is having a BOGO sale on all of their “encouragement” products, now through September 15! I love Dayspring’s beautiful designs, they have amazing new planners and Bible journaling materials too! It’s a company I love to support when I want a Scripture themed gift! The products that are in this particular sale are fun […] Read more…

When You Need a Little Parenting Encouragement….

As adults, we’re pretty awesome at a lot of things. We tackle big challenges in our careers, our finances, and our health. We build impressive things. We write legal documents. We manage teams and conferences and estates and classrooms. But when it comes to parenting, we often feel surprisingly unsure whether we know what we’re […] Read more…

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