Books of the Bible Fishing

Books of the Bible Fishing

  A few years ago, our church adopted a new rotation model curriculum.  One of the goals of our new curriculum is for the students to know the Word of God as intimately as possible.  We hope to achieve this though memory work and knowing the books of the Bible inside and out.   We […]

Birthday Boxes

Birthday Boxes for the Food Pantry

Post by Contributing Writer Amy   Two little girls will be 4 on the 4th and could not be more excited for their golden birthday. Now that they are getting older, I am becoming more aware of the “Me, me, me!” mentality that birthdays can bring out in sweet little ones. There has been some […]

Shortening the Distance Between Their Suffering and Our Comfort

Shorten the distance between their suffering and our comfort

*This post isn’t really about teaching our children…but then again, maybe it is.     My heart is heavy as I write these words.  This might explain my blogging absence as of late.  Try as I might, I just can’t seem to find the motivation to blog about science experiments and kindergarten readiness while reflecting on the […]

Jesus Covers All Our Sins- Activity for Good Friday

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  I’ve always been puzzled by the term “Good Friday”.  To the disciples and everyone who loved Jesus, this must have been the most horrible, traumatic day that they could have ever imagined.  There was absolutely nothing good about that day.  The evil in this world had prevailed.   But thank God that wasn’t the end […]

Old Testament Prophecies and New Testament Fulfillments in Jesus

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Last year, our church adopted a rotation-model curriculum.  I have volunteered as a supplemental writer to add additional activities and resources to make the new curriculum structure work for our specific congregation.  I’ve supplemented units on Noah, Moses and the Plagues, Solomon, and my latest unit on the Prophets foretelling Christ’s birth.  It has definitely been the […]