This week we are starting the study of the book of Philippians. The author is Paul and he wrote this letter to show us how to live our lives as Christians and reflect Christ in our words and actions. The format of our reading plan is a little different. The book of Philippians has four … Continue reading Dear Philippi
This week we can see through Paul’s journey what it means when God is with us and the Holy Spirit guides us. It certainly does not mean that our life is all rainbows and butterflies. Despite many challenges and much physical harm, Paul stood boldly in the truth of Christ. Monday March 15, Acts 21:27-36 … Continue reading Who Do You Reflect?
I'm sure you’re doing a lot of reading with your kids during these corona times so I thought I’d share a couple new books we’ve recently discovered. In my family we usually read Bible stories before bed and we have a pretty wide arsenal of editions when it comes to age level and translation. But … Continue reading Bible Belles
I am always amazed when God tells Jacob “I will go (down to Egypt) with you”. Even when we can’t hear God speak these words specifically to us, we need to keep in mind that He is there. Try to stress this with your kids as you read with them. Sometimes things seem hopeless. Sometimes … Continue reading Reunited At Last
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
We've discussed before that when reading from Genesis you should read in advance to decide if certain stories are appropriate for your children. This week we have one of these stories - the story of Judah and Tamar. You may be wondering whether there is anything of value in reading a story like this to … Continue reading The Amazing Story Of Joseph Begins
I, for some strange reason, have babies on the brain. Obviously, I don't remember being a baby. For some reason we don't form memories at that age, but it makes me wonder if, at some point, I actually felt God breathe the breath of life into me like he did to Adam. Was it that … Continue reading The Breath of Life