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Music – Everyday Conversations with Kids about God (Part 7)

This is the last in a blog series filled with ideas to get conversations started with our kids about God…

What Scripture Says

(Just wanted to note that the Scriptures say a lot about singing and music. The word “sing,” for instance, is used 107 times in the NIV!

Prayer – Everyday Conversations with Kids about God (Part 6)

We’re in a blog series filled with ideas to get conversations started with our kids about God…

What Scripture Says

“Listen to my cry for help,
my King and my God,
for to you I pray.
In the morning, O Lord, you hear my voice;
in the morning I lay my requests before you
and wait in expectation”
(Psalm 5:2-3).

Copywork – Everyday Conversations with Kids about God (Part 5)

We’re in a blog series filled with ideas to get conversations started with our kids about God…

What Scripture Says

“When [the king] takes the throne of his kingdom [Israel], he is to write for himself on a scroll a copy of this law, taken from that of the priests, who are Levites.

Wall Decor – Everyday Conversations with Kids about God (Part 4)

We’re in a blog series filled with ideas to get conversations started with our kids about God…

What Scripture Says

In an age when Pinterest has captured the hearts of moms everywhere, I am thrilled to see that God also believes in “pinning” things to the walls of our hearts and homes.

Counting the Omer

Today is the Feast of First Fruits (Leviticus 23:9-13), which also means that today we start counting up to Pentecost, or Shavuot, the “Feast of Weeks.” It’s called that because there are seven weeks (50 days) between these two feasts.

Memorials – Everyday Conversations with Kids about God (Part 3)

We’re in a blog series filled with ideas to get conversations started with our kids about God…

“All the ends of the earth
    will remember and turn to YHWH,
and all the families of the nations
    will bow down before him
Posterity will serve him;
    future generations will be told about YHWH.

Appointments with God – Everyday Conversations with Kids about God (Part 2)

We’re in a blog series filled with ideas to get conversations started with our kids about God…

Feasts

God instituted special days throughout the year that serve as wonderful opportunities so we can share the love of our Messiah with our children.

Creation – Everyday Conversations with Kids about God (Part 1)

When I was a new mom, I read a book called Creative Family Times, and the authors encouraged me to get in the habit of carrying on conversations with my children about God as often as possible. They suggested that a tree could remind me to discuss Zaccheus, a lake could remind me to talk about how Jesus walked on the water, and a visit to the zoo could remind me to talk about Noah and the ark.

What Homeschooling with the Bible Might Look Like

You know what would be awesome? Awesome would be a camera crew going into a variety of homes on an average Tuesday morning and filming what their homeschool actually looks like.We could see how their kitchens were set up, how they handled the toddlers at breakfast, how they got the knots out of all the girls’ hair, and how they all found their pencils at school time.

The Curriculum Carousel (Round and Round We Go…)

Ask any veteran homeschooler about burn-out, and she’ll quickly get to the topic of curriculum. What mother hasn’t sincerely purchased piles of curriculum only to discover later that her choices were a terrible fit for her family? (Waving my hand here!)

If you’re already partway into your homeschooling year, yet you’re worried about the curriculum choices you’ve made, you probably don’t have the money to just throw it all away and start over.