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12 Bible Verses for Brothers and Sisters

These 12 Bible verses for brothers and sisters can be read and memorized together to help teach siblings how God’s Word calls them to treat one another! I have two brothers. Growing up, we had a lot of fun together! But there were also countless times when we didn’t get along. Arguing, tattling and deceitful […] Read more…

12 Powerful Proverbs to Teach Your Children

The book of Proverbs is a treasure-trove of knowledge. In short bursts, it sums up many key truths of biblical living, wisdom-practicing and practical stewardship among other things! This is one of my favorite books of the Bible and, I think, one of the best parts of Scripture to teach our children as well! The […] Read more…

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…

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10 Day Back to School Prayer Challenge for Moms

Is the thought of your children starting a new school year making you nervous? Some moms might say they are relieved for their kids to go back to school but for me, although I am excited for my kids to have fun and learn, I also get a little worried thinking about some of the […] 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. But what if […] Read more…

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Teach the Christmas Story with a Nativity Bible Verse Activity

Sometimes we need to mix things up when sharing the story of Jesus’ birth with our kids! So I created this fun printable activity to help you share the Christmas story with your children using the characters of the Nativity! Find the printable with Bible verses and simple instructions over in my contributor post at Motherhood on […] 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…

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…

The Surprising Benefit of Gratitude You May Not Have Thought Of

“Mom?” My seven year old approached me timidly, long past her bedtime. I was tempted to get upset, but something about her expression made me stop. I asked what she needed. She held out a stuffed black dog, that she’d won at a raffle a few days earlier. “Remember when our church sent that big […] Read more…

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