Want your kids to have a solid understanding of how Jesus’s life, death, and resurrection is grounded in history and essential for their present? Continue reading Day 5: Why are Jesus’s Death and Resurrection so Important?
What you kids to know what Passover and atonement are all about? Join us for the Holy Week Challenge: At Home With God. Here is everything from Day 4 Continue reading Day 4: What are Passover and Atonement About?
What you kids to know how Jesus fulfilled the Old Testament? Join us for the Holy Week Challenge: At Home With God. Here is everything from Day 3 Continue reading Day 3: How Does Jesus Fulfill The Old Testament?
Help your kids get the big picture of why Jesus’s death and resurrection is so important. Join us for the Holy Week Challenge: At Home With God. Here is everything from Day 2 Continue reading Day 2: What’s the Old Testament About? Part 2
Help your kids get the big picture of why Jesus’s death and resurrection is so important. Join us for the Holy Week Challenge: At Home With God. Here is everything from Day 1 Continue reading Day 1: What’s the Old Testament About? Part 1
So, your kids are home either because you homeschool regularly or because public school is canceled. But now- well, they are really home. Every day, no going out, pull-out-your-hair isolation home. So, what can you do to keep inevitable conflict moving you forward and drawing you together rather than tearing you apart? Continue reading Conflict With Kids at Home?
Are your kids stuck at home due to coronavirus COVID-19? Want to keep comprehensive education going while school is closed? Try these free resources. Continue reading Keep Kids Learning From Home
Has Coronavirus (COVID-19) got your children stuck at home with boredom fever brewing? Don’t want your kids to spend endless hours on screen? Why not go to the beach? Continue reading DIY Beach Day at Home
Has Coronavirus (COVID-19) got your children stuck at home with boredom fever brewing? Don’t want your kids to spend endless hours on screen? Try acting out your favorite stories. Continue reading Family Book Theater
What can lists do for the brain? It’s fascinating…and it might just change your productivity! Continue reading Your Brain On Lists
Want to share a book with your kids that inspires grit and perseverance? Watch this video! Continue reading Rosie Revere Engineer
If you have or work with children in any way, you are likely looking for ways to help them build solid character. One of the aspects of character that I long for my children to develop is grit and perseverance … Continue reading Seven Children’s Books that Inspire Perseverance and Grit
Why Talent and IQ ≠ Success
Why is it that intelligence and talent aren’t the best predictors of a person’s ability? Read on to find out about what perspective leads to success. Continue reading Why Talent and IQ ≠ Success
These are a great project to do as a family during Christmas break and they are great gift ideas. They would even be great for party favors or craft ideas for kids activities in Sunday School or at kids events. … Continue reading Inexpensive DIY Baking Soda Ornaments
Want to hear a true story about God working in our lives in real time? This is the next installment of the God Stories Project. Without this one, my Mom wouldn’t have survived childhood. And the rest- well, we would … Continue reading The Podium Story (A God Story)
I wasn’t prepared for what happened that night as I tucked my son into bed. “Mommy, I’m not sure if I believe in God. How do you know that God is real?,” my four-year-old asked. It caught me off guard. I … Continue reading The God Stories Project
Finish the statement from Proverbs 1:7, “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of _______.” Wisdom, right? No! The answer in this chapter is “knowledge.” (“Wisdom” would be the answer in Proverbs 9:10). It is incredible that knowing and … Continue reading The Key to Both Wisdom and Knowledge
In your last job interview, were you asked, “How did you play as a child?” Engineers entering Caltech’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory are. Why? Caltech found that the new highly-educated engineers were missing something. And it stemmed from the way they played as kids. Continue reading How Play Can Make or Break our Kids’ Futures
How can we as parents, grandparents, and loving adults lead our child to know God for themselves as opposed to leading them to give lip-service to what we believe? How can they learn to stand in awe of Him and yet draw near to Him for themselves? Continue reading How My Kids Can Know God for Themselves
My four-year-old had a great idea today. He said, “Why don’t we set up a beach in our living room? We can have a sun, and a blanket to sit on, and beach toys!” He had a great idea, and it was super fun! Continue reading DIY Beach Day at Home
Whether you are homeschooling or simply want to help your kids get a good start at school, you don’t have to invest in expensive curricula to help your kids read. You can help your child get a good foundation in phonics and reading using free or fairly inexpensive resources. Continue reading Teach Your Kids To Read- Inexpensively and Effectively
Want a mess-free way to let your kids finger-paint? Put kids in the bath, mix some color with shaving cream in muffin tins, and, presto! Instant, easy-to-cleanup fun! Supplies: Washable kids paint (I use a 10 pack of Crayola Washable Kids Paints. … Continue reading Easy Clean-up Finger Painting