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Kids Bible Crafts – Light of the World

Kids Bible Crafts – Light of the World

Are you looking for some creative ways to teach the Bible to your kids? My kids loved crafts, so I often use kids Bible crafts to teach a Biblical principle. When I was in El Salvador last week, we had a late Christmas celebration so our VBS lessons were centered around the Christmas story.  You… Continue Reading

What’s in the Bible – Jesus is the Good News {Review of Vol. 10}

What’s in the Bible – Jesus is the Good News {Review of Vol. 10}

I’m reposting my review because you still have one more day to save 30% on my favorite Bible DVDs for kids. How can you teach the Bible to your kids . . . so it has an IMPACT & they remember?  With Easter around the corner, now’s the perfect time to look for good Bible… Continue Reading

Save 30% on My Favorite Bible DVDs for Kids

I’ve written some reviews about What’s on the Bible DVDs and I’ll post them after this one. For now, I want you to know about a fabulous sale on all DVDs. You can save 30% on any & all items at What’s in the Bible? And what’s even better is most of the DVDs are… Continue Reading

6 Types of Notebooks { Homeschool Notebooking Pages }

6 Types of Notebooks { Homeschool Notebooking Pages }

Notebooks are an integral part of the Biblical Principle approach. So, let’s talk about some different kinds of  homeschool notebooks and homeschool notebooking pages. Bible Notebooks What about a Bible Notebook? How would you start a Bible Notebook? Start at the beginning. If your kids are little, find a good storybook of Bible stories. Let… 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

Save $10 on Bible Journaling Supplies

Save $10 on Bible Journaling Supplies

They’re here! The morning I left for my El Salvador mission trip, my Bible journaling supplies arrived. I’m finally going through them. Yippee! Since a picture is worth a thousand words (cliche, I know) and this is all about “illustrating”, I’ll let the photos tell my story. Scroll to the end to discover how you… Continue Reading

Easter Traditions: Resurrection Eggs

Easter Traditions: Resurrection Eggs

When my kids turned 5, they each made their own set of Resurrection Eggs.  That was over 15 years ago and we still have all 3 sets of Resurrection Eggs to tell the Easter story. They all loved listening to the Easter story as we opened each egg.  As they grew up, they could use… 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 Bible Verses for Passion Week

Easter Bible Verses for Passion Week

When I was growing up, we only celebrated Palm Sunday & Easter Sunday. Once I had kids & they got older, I realized there was more to Easter celebrations than just those 2 Sundays. Passion Week celebrates all of these: Palm Sunday (Sunday before Easter) Maundy Thursday (Last Supper) Good Friday (Jesus’ death on the… 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