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{Free Printable Notebooking Pages} Bible Road Trip Year Three Week Thirteen

{Free Printable Notebook Pages} Bible Road Trip ~ Year Three Week Thirteen

Here are the Notebook Pages for Year Three Week Twelve of Bible Road Trip ~ Acts ~ Part One. I’ve posted these by level (Lower Grammar, Upper Grammar, Dialectic) – that way, you can print exactly what you want. To access the free sheets, just log into your subscriber account and click on the link below the titles.

The Notebooking Pages are designed to be used with Bible Road Trip. Bible Road Trip is an exciting journey which places you and your children in the driver’s seat! Aimed at youth grades PreK-12, Bible Road Trip will allow your family to survey the Bible cover-to-cover in 3 years ~ with breaks for summer!

Don’t want to download Bible Road Trip week-by-week? You can also purchase full-year PDF downloads at the Bible Road Trip Store. [Read more...]

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Bible Road Trip ~ Year Three Week Thirteen {Free Printable Curriculum}

Bible Road Trip Year Three Week Thirteen

Bible Road Trip is an exciting journey which places you and your children in the driver’s seat! Aimed at youth grades PreK–12, Bible Road Trip will allow your family to survey the Bible cover-to-cover in 3 years ~ with breaks for summer!

This week we’re studying chapters 13-21 of John. The prayer focus for the Grammar levels is Republic of Guinea and Dialectic and Rhetoric students will study Grenada and Trinidad and Tobago.

Bible Road Trip ~ Year Three Week Thirteen ~ Acts ~ Part One is attached in a downloadable, printable file at the end of this post. [Read more...]

Web Wanderings ~ October 28, 2014

Web Wanderings - Links to Christian Articles

I’ve been thinking this week about how Jesus appeared to the disciples after his resurrection. He arrived, and then he left. And then he appeared again. This went on for 40 days. Why would Jesus do that?

Maybe he came and went for the reason the Bible tells us over and over again to rejoice in our suffering. Maybe Jesus was strengthening the faith of the disciples. I know for a fact that God promises that He will strengthen our character through our trials. (See Romans 5:1-5, for example.) It’s all about the progressive sanctification, friends.

“Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds,  for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing.James 1:2-4 (ESV) [Read more...]

A Bible Tool for the Littles

Bible By Osmosis {My Favorite Bible Tool for the Littles}

Jonah Being Swallowed by the Fish, 1476, Kennicott Bible, Public Domain

I was particularly harried that day. (Who am I kidding? I was particularly harried every day!) It was a bright fall morning and I’d just gotten my two teens out the door to different high schools. My little boys were loaded in the back seat, snug in their car seats. The plan was to drop them off at the church preschool, then scoot upstairs to my Bible study. I was in a hurry. But my three-year-old’s question stopped me in my tracks.

“Mom, why is Jonah called a prophet? Why don’t we call him a missionary?” came the sweet little voice over the sound of the latest Casting Crowns harmony.

I turned down the radio. [Read more...]

Your Future ‘Other Half’ by Rebecca VanDoodewaard {Review & Giveaway}

Your Future Other Half by Rebecca VanDoodewaard

I’d like to thank Christian Focus Publications for providing me with a copy of Your Future ‘Other Half': It Matters Whom You Marry in return for my honest review.

The church I attend has been around for a long time. It was originally started as a tent revival meeting out here in the West and it just kept going. We have a real building and paved roads now. At this church I attend there are a number of couples who celebrate wedding anniversaries on Facebook for unions that have been around longer than me–sometimes these marriages are older than me by a couple of decades. Of course, these are all loving, God-honoring marriages. But, it kind of makes you think.

Sixty years is a long time to spend with someone you were ill-advised to marry. [Read more...]