It’s the New Year! It’s time for changes. It’s time for focus. It’s time for making resolutions that never come to fruition……
If you come to this blog often, then you know my main focus is on creating solid Bible content for parents and children’s leaders. Teaching the word of God is one of my greatest passions. Continue reading →
**If you are doing the MAP activity as we go through Acts, please move Paul as he travels to the locations mentioned in this chapter.
Background: Saul, the great persecutor, had been converted and accepted by the leaders of the new church movement. Peter had a vision and learned that Greeks and gentiles were to be a part of the new church. The believers have spread from Jerusalem to Samaria, to Ethiopia, to Antioch, and there are those who do not like this new religion. Continue reading →
Thinking Kids – Danika blogs about theology, the Bible and Christian history for kids, and she wrote Bible Road Trip for kids, preschool to high school.
Proverbial Homemaker – Tauna has a new curriculum (Sound Words) for preschool to 2nd grade coming in February, and she blogs about all things homeschool, homemaking, health and theology at home.
Kids in the Word- Amanda’s site focuses on discipling children in Scripture. She has a great team of writers committed to encouraging and edifying parents. She has some great notebooking journals available.
Adventures in Mommydom – Ticia is the queen of hands-on learning. She has a great free Bible curriculum you’ll want to check out, and amazing ideas. Also, she loves history.
Future Flying Saucers – This is me!! And as you know I offer Bible object lessons for home or church use, and ideas on marriage, parenting, and teaching kids. I’m also really fond of regency literature and homeschool unit studies.
Raising Boys Homeschool – Joyice writes about homeschooling, discipleship, Christian resources, African American history, and parenting.
There is also a great team of friends joining us at the Family Discipleship Community. We have Christian authors and bloggers coming together to discuss how we can best point our kids to Christ. I am so excited about the growth of this group!!
Each week, we’ll have a tip, a discussion topic, and more! Beginning next quarter, we’ll have a book club as well. Once you request to join the group, don’t forget to agree to the group rules and guidelines and the statement of faith.
I hope to see you over there as we learn how to better disciple our children.
Okay – I’m not much of a tomboy. I don’t climb trees, I’m not athletic at all. But I’m dramatic and dreamy. I love to write and my brain is forever springing to life with a new idea, a new sentence that bursts a dam of words that come tumbling one after another that fill pages and pages.
Have you ever felt like you act differently in certain company? Maybe you put on a certain face when visiting family, but another when you are out with your friends.
That is exactly the case in The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. A prominent lawyer of the time, Mr. Utterson, documents some strange happenings in London. In particular, he discusses a series of unusual circumstances surrounding his client, Dr. Jekyll. Throughout this novel, Mr. Utterson seeks to understand Dr. Jekyll’s mysterious behavior and his connections to the murderous Mr. Hyde. Continue reading →