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Add Meaning to Your Christmas & SAVE 50% with our 3 Day Christmas Sale

Add Meaning to Your Christmas & SAVE 50% with our 3 Day Christmas Sale

SAVE 50% 3 Day Christmas Sale thru Dec 11 Grab any or all of our individual Christmas ebooks for a 50% discount. Click on the book or title and you’ll be taken to the page where you can place your order. It’s so simple. And, using these resources will save you lots of time &… Continue Reading

7 Family Christmas Traditions

7 Family Christmas Traditions

We have several family Christmas traditions. I hope they encourage you to have your own family traditions.   Giving Gifts to Missionaries As a family, we chose one of our missionary families & contacted them to see what type of gift would be helpful to their kids. My kids sold pumpkin bread & chocolate chip… Continue Reading

Sermon Notes & Bible Study Journal {FREE ebook}

Sermon Notes & Bible Study Journal {FREE ebook}

Rebecca, of Mom’s Mustard Seeds, has done it again. I am so excited to share with you her FREE ebook called Sermon Notes & Bible Study Journal. The purpose of this journal is to help parents travel this new journey through the life of your teens. If you’re like me, you know you didn’t blink;… Continue Reading

Why Take Family Mission Trips ?

Why Take Family Mission Trips ?

I’m headed home from another mission trip, thinking back to the times we took our own family mission trips.  Our kids were 5-10 years old at the time, as we traveled deep into the mountains of Mexico.  If you ask my kids, they would tell you those trips were some of the best we took…. Continue Reading

66 Summer Fun Trip Ideas

66 Summer Fun Trip Ideas

  Summer trips can be lots of fun. That’s why I created our 66 Summer Fun Trip Ideas list. Thanks for stopping by. If you’re looking for a list of summer fun ideas, enter your first name and primary email below. We’ll send our list to you immediately. Our list includes places our family has… Continue Reading

Celebrating Easter this week & Spring Bible studies

Celebrating Easter this week & Spring Bible studies

It’s Passion Week. How will you be celebrating Easter –  Jesus’ death & resurrection? Did you know that many countries shut down for Passion Week. I just returned from El Salvador and the kids are on vacation from school this week. Government entities are closed across the world.  Maybe Americans could learn from others in… Continue Reading

Palm Sunday Crafts & Activities for Kids {Recap}

Palm Sunday Crafts & Activities for Kids {Recap}

Yesterday was Palm Sunday, but you may want to do some of these Palm Sunday crafts & activities for kids during Passion Week.  It’s a perfect way to keep Christ the focus of your Easter week celebration.  Let’s start with our Palm Sunday crafts . . . Click on any image to get the directions… Continue Reading

Update on Bible Journaling  with Illustrated Faith

Update on Bible Journaling with Illustrated Faith

The day I left for a mission trip in El Salvador, my DaySpring order arrived. I wanted to dig into it and start using my new Bible journaling supplies. I didn’t have time before my flight, so I grabbed the Illustrated Faith devotion & stamp. In El Salvador I have a set of colored pens… Continue Reading

Easter Activities for Kids {Pre Schoolers & Elementary}

Easter Activities for Kids {Pre Schoolers & Elementary}

I’ve found a few Easter activities for kids that will help you put Christ back into your Easter celebration. Today I am sharing Easter activities for preschoolers & elementary kids. At the beginning of next week, I’ll share Easter resources for upper elementary, junior high & senior high kids. Watch for that blog post. Today,… Continue Reading

How You Can Use Bible Journaling in Your Homeschool

How You Can Use Bible Journaling in Your Homeschool

A few days ago I shared a really cool new resource to inspire creativity in your Bible study. I can’t wait to get mine. In the meantime, here are some ideas I’m considering with my own Illustrated Faith Kit. 1. Girls Night Out Plan a girls night out with your daughters. Invite another family or… Continue Reading