We have a one week break from our Munger Bible reading plan. We just finished Nehemiah on Friday and we start Revelation a week from today. I thought I’d take a little latitude this week and not give my usual brilliant insights into Scripture (like I said…latitude) but share with you my thoughts on what … Continue reading Which Bible Should I Get For My Kid?
I realized I don’t read to Meg (my younger daughter) nearly as much as I did to Georgia when she was a baby. I feel certain I will be able to fill in the blank of “read” with a number of other helpful, developmental, and sentimental actions. I now know why I, a youngest child, … Continue reading Your Heart Might Explode
You’ve heard us talk about this many times before, but memorizing Scripture is really important. Even though you might not need it now, you never know when it can help you or someone else. It also helps with understanding the Bible. But like everything else, it takes practice. Children as young as 2 years old … Continue reading Remember This
Hello, Munger Kids! Last time I talked(okay, wrote) to you I shared my favorite Bible verse and the importance of memorizing scripture! Keeping with that same theme, I wanted to share a neat resource for memorizing scripture. It’s originally from Watermark Church and it's called ABC Memory Verses! Click here for the link! Wouldn’t it … Continue reading ABCs of Scripture
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
As you know, we’ve gone “all in” on teaching your kids the Bible. We want them to leave the children’s ministry with a firm faith foundation. We want them to know God’s word, what it means for us, and what it does and does not say. Now, we can’t teach them every verse – and … Continue reading What do you think?
Welcome to Holy Week! Your children have spent Lent learning the story of Holy Week in Sunday school. They have participated in Palm Sunday and watched an Easter play put on by our youth. They are so excited about Easter! But there is no Easter Sunday without Good Friday. This week’s reading isn’t easy, but … Continue reading Taking Responsibility
There are only 25 readings left in Matthew! Good job! It’s okay if you missed some days. What’s important is that you continue reading with your kids. We’d love to hear your feedback on how it has worked for your family. Monday 4/1 – Destruction of the Temple Notice Jesus’ compassion. He doesn’t sugar coat … Continue reading The Door Is Still Open
Hope you are still following along with our Bible reading. Here's this week. Monday 3/18 – At the Temple Yesterday’s reading was about what is appropriate and inappropriate to do at church. The money changers and people selling doves were taking advantage of people who traveled from far away to worship at the temple. … Continue reading In Matthew This Week…
I am not the craftiest person in the world, but I do love projects. So in my seven years being a mom I have set out to do a lot of “fun, yet meaningful” activities with my children to teach them about a Bible story, a holiday or a season. Most of the time, the … Continue reading Hands On Easter Story