Do you know how to answer these questions? Do you know the scriptures that back up your theology?
With so many questions and messy ideas that swirl around our children on a daily basis, it is imperative that we teach our kids the answers to important theological questions.
Where does one start to teach such things?
A popular post here on Future.Flying.Saucers is Teaching Biblical Truth to Children – A Young Child’s Catechism. Because I am passionate about teaching Truth to children, I have created a Subscriber FREEBIE of that post for parents, or children’s workers, so you can easily print the questions out and use them with your children.
To get the FREEBIE, add your email into any of the subscriber options on the page and you should receive the PDF in you email box soon.
I love my FFS Community and I hope to have more freebies in the future! Enjoy!!
Background: Throughout the centuries, millions of sheep, goats, and bulls have died. They were killed with the sole purpose of taking the sins off the people. It was required by God’s Law, but now it is not. How come?
Math facts. They are dull, but necessary. When in the classroom I tried multiple ways to make math facts more enjoyable. Round Robin Math Facts, Speed Math Facts, Graph Your Progress of Math Facts…..but all efforts just cloaked the reality that the kids were practicing math facts.
We always are listening to CDs in the car, so when asked to review Happy Kids Songs, I took the MP3 files and put them onto a CD. We listened to them in the car and then the CD disappeared! One of the kids had taken it inside in order to listen to it. I wasn’t sure if I’d ever see it again!
**Friend, if you do not believe in God and have no desire for our nation to reflect Christian values, then do not bother to read this post. It will do nothing but frustrate you and I have no desire to cause strife among those who do not believe as I do.
On the other hand, if you do agree with Christian values, then know that the following words are written in love and pointed more towards my own faults and failures than yours.
Today you will find my friend Whitson ending the Broken Hearts, Fueled Passions Series. Whit and I went to high school together and we sang in the same ensemble. I find it fun to see how God uses, changes, and develops those we’ve known over the years. I always knew Whit was a smart young man, and seeing how God has grown his faith and love for others brings joy to my heart.
While it is always bittersweet to end something wonderful, it is exciting to see what God has next. Enjoy the last of a great series!
It is not natural, does not feel natural, and will not be by choice. If you’ve never been laid off or unemployed as an adult, you won’t fully understand the impact it has on you and those around you. I had no idea what unemployment was like. I was successful, in the top 10% of my profession in performance and income, and worked hard to stay there. For a decade, I enjoyed the benefits of high performance and managed the costs to achieve it. Continue reading →
Everyone has something that breaks his or her heart. You never know who needs to hear your particular story. Because God has created the church to be a “body” of believers, not every person has been given the same talents, gifts, desires, and passions. This is a huge world and God wants His gospel proclaimed in every street and avenue. There are many streets and avenues. Not everyone can travel to the same ones.
And not everyone has the same “voice”.
Each person who contributed to this series spoke of differing passions, challenges, and Truths. But all of them follow the same God. Enjoy! Continue reading →
You all know that teaching the Bible to children is my passion. When Dusty from tothemoonandbackblog.net asked for writers to help her with this ABC series, I jumped. What fun! I know my teaching stye isn’t like many, but I hope you will follow her series and enjoy the Letter B, which I wrote.