This week we have several psalms that focus on the cause and effect of our relationship with God. God, you did _________ so I'm going to praise you. This is something I've been working on for a while with my two year old and it's an easy thing to start with your kids too. Georgia … Continue reading “Thank You” Like David, not Dido
Happy day after Easter!!! Hope everyone had a great day! It was so much fun to see so many of you drive through the church on your parade 🙂 I hope you were able to pick up your Psalms books, because today we start our readings. So, first things first, there are 150 Psalms so … Continue reading Psalms Start TODAY!
This week we continue in Genesis where Jacob sends his sons to Egypt to get more grain. There they encounter their brother who they left for dead... only they don’t know it’s their brother! Wild. In these chapters we see God test the sons of Jacob in unexpected ways, ultimately to ensure their hearts are … Continue reading Hidden in Plain Sight
We are following Munger's Bible reading plan and moving along in the amazing story of Joseph. Now with most of us at home, you really have no excuse for not reading along! As a fun bonus, we are adding a song (a Kate Miner original), coloring pages and couple other activities to make things more … Continue reading With God Everything Is Possible
What’s in a Name? Our journey with Jacob continues this week! We learn the names of Rachel and Leah’s children, Esau’s descendents and we hear about Jacob’s name change after he wrestles with God. Names in the Bible help us understand the meaning behind different events. Monday - Genesis 29:31 - 30:43 Key Points: God … Continue reading What’s in a Name?
This week we reach the end of Abraham and Sarah’s story and begin moving through the story of their descendants. This family drama has it all. Sacrifice, deceit, and an epic love story. When reading these stories, there cannot be any doubt that Abraham and Sarah’s family is blessed directly by God and that He … Continue reading Sacrifice, Deceit, and an Epic Love Story
Today at Sunday School we will talk about how to get ready for school. It’s fun to get ready for school; buying new clothes, crayons and a backpack. It’s an exciting time, wondering what your new teacher will be like and who will be in your class. It can also be kind of scary. You … Continue reading Don’t Forget This The Night Before School
This week we are starting with Luke, our third gospel. You and/or your children might start complaining "but I've already read this...twice". To this I say: a) repetition is good and that's how you learn and b) Luke is different. It was specifically written to present an accurate and complete account of the life of … Continue reading Let’s Dive In
I am so happy that by now doing our reading at bedtime has become a habit for our (and I know many of yours) kids. Yes, maybe it is a means to delaying bedtime at times, but whatever the means I like the end result. Our Thursday reading is especially relatable, we spend a LOT … Continue reading Check Your Heart
Last week Wednesday we had a great time celebrating the kick off of reading the Mark gospel together. Both preschool and elementary children learned what it means to be a follower of Christ. Preschoolers in particular talked about why it is important to read the Bible and remember the stories. If you still need to … Continue reading Sometimes You Wear Waders To Make A Point