Here’s the gifts available to you so far!
Try this fun “gingerbread” house craft. We’ve even had teens get in on the action with these. After all, what “kid” doesn’t love frosting and candy?
This is not a gluten-free craft, but you can always make it gluten-free by using cardboard as the sides and hot glue as the cement. It won’t be edible, but it would still be fun. (I’ve done it! You can frost cardboard!)
A Gingerbread House Playdate…. Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to teach your child about the way he or she developed in the womb, but you didn’t quite have the proper materials to make it a concrete lesson for them? Do you want your kids to understand that they’re wonderfully made by the Creator of the Universe–formed intentionally and for a purpose? Do you want your kids to understand what it means to be born again?
I have three free printable resources available for you to use to help your children learn the incredible truth about their own creation….. Continue reading
We have road maps, hiking maps–even my favorite bookstore has a map! Why, then, do we sometimes fail to set a course in parenting? Why do we worry about the minor issues, and forget about the big ones? How do we become so wrapped up in the insignificant issues and forget about the foundational ones?
Parenting intentionally can be tough. Here’s a list of some important things to remember. A map, if you will….. Continue reading
“So you see, faith by itself isn’t enough. Unless it produces good deeds, it is dead and useless.” James 2:17
We live in a world of narcissism. Western children are showered with the best clothing, toys, parties and entertainment money can buy. We take our children on vacation, we make sure their comforters match their sheets and we ensure there are plenty of pretty packages under the tree on Christmas morning. Today, the word ‘parenting’ is often nearly synonymous with ‘order-taker’. We wait on our children as if they were royalty.
To what end? What are we teaching our children? Most importantly, is it Biblical? Shouldn’t we teach children to serve others?