Memorizing Scripture is a great way to build the foundation of your child’s faith. When children recite Bible Verses, they form a relationship with Jesus Christ, gain a new understanding of their faith, are able to call on Christ when they are afraid, and will remember Scripture for their entire lifetime.
I LOVE summer! I love spending my summer days exploring the beach, swimming in the pool, and enjoying picnics at the park. And there is nothing better than some juicy watermelon on a hot summer day! This summer, I’ve been working hard to incorporate God’s Word into each day. Why not learn a Bible Memory Verse while swimming in the pool? It’s the perfect way to have fun AND learn God’s Holy Word.
Here’s What Happened When I Took Away the Toys for a Month- Summer Minimalism Challenge Part 1: Toys
I got tired of being distracted. Distracted by the toy clutter, the never-ending to-do list, and the unending organizing of all it. I wanted to look back on my days and remember enjoying my children, not organizing their stuff. I was yearning for more time with Jesus, more time with my three amazing children, and contentment from God rather than things.
Do you struggle with sharing your faith? Sometimes we need a reminder that sharing our faith doesn’t have to be scary! When we realize how much God has done for us, we can’t help but share that love with others! Ready to share your faith? Here are 8 ways to share your faith this week.
Father’s Day is around the corner! Are you looking for something cute for your child to make for Dad? Fun Homemade Father’s Day Gifts are the way to go! Design a special “We Love Dad” Coffee Mug for an easy, creative and practical present kids can make!
One day after worship, my son asked me, “Is all that stuff that Jesus said true?” I told him that it was absolutely true. “So it’s non-fiction, right?” Yes, absolutely, I told him. “Well,” he said, “then we need to help people like Jesus said we should.” Yes, we absolutely do, I told him. “What are we waiting for?”
It’s 11pm and once again my sweet baby is crying, not able to sleep. It’s been a rough week for him. Three teeth came in and two more are on the way. I take him out of his crib and bring him into the darkness of our living room. As I lay him on the couch, his daddy lies down next to him. My sweet boy, tears in his eyes, looks right at his daddy and gives a tiny smile. It is a smile of comfort and peace, knowing that everything is okay because his daddy is here.
Raise your hand if you have started family devotions at some point, only to have them slowly fade away within a few days, weeks, or months. Guilty. My husband and I have started family devotions many times. The thing is, we have a hard time sticking with them (and my husband’s a pastor!) Between overtired babies, uncooperative toddlers and pure exhaustion, our devotions eventually get pushed to the side.
Summer is almost here! If you’re like me, you’re looking for awesome family adventures without breaking the bank! Well, look no further. Here are 5 ways to have fun summer adventures on a budget.
Are you distracted? Do you move through the motions as a mom, not fully in the present moment? Are you being side-tracked by the clutter in your house or pulled in every direction by too many commitments? Me too.