Bible Talks with Your Family

If your kids or grandkids are in the midst of doing their school work from home, they aren’t likely to respond to a “Bible study” with you. That’s why you can take some different approaches that will help you focus on faith while appreciating God’s word together. You can use Bible stories for more than bedtime. For younger kids, you might like some of these (note that some have promotions at the beginning or ending) Podbean Seven Christian Audio Links and Resources and a Spanish Read more […]

Virtual Care Package

You and your family are looking for things to do. You can’t go to visit others. But you can still connect. How? You can make a list of general items and send instructions to someone on how to use them for a “virtual care package.” If you could bring something to someone, what would it be? It might be food, toys, books, and other items. Since right now you might not be able to get together for playdates, have your friends gather items they have and then follow the instructions. You can Read more […]

Taking the Stage

Did you ever think there can never be ENOUGH drama in your life? We can all learn to be playful Christians, using different forms of creative expression to help our families explore these times through indirect means. There are many forms of acting out. We can use shadow theater (projecting on a wall or behind a light sheet with a bright light). We can use puppets or masks. We can improvise lines, have the audience repeat phrases, or take part in the action. The important thing is choosing Read more […]

Grace at Home for Kids

The best start to time at home is asking the kids what they want to do. Using their choices can help them with leadership skills when you allow them to work on how to do the activities they have in mind. If they give you the inevitable “I don’t know” or “I don’t care,” you can allow them to create rather than consume learning and entertainment. Want to work on language and music skills? Use a “piggyback” method to create lyrics with a song in the public domain. Many older, Read more […]

Viritual Rides at Disneyworld/land

This resource may not be directly connected with our faith lives, but it is something that brings us joy, and I think God would smile along with us. Visit https://www.romper.com/p/while-disney-world-disneyland-are-closed-take-your-kids-on-virtual-rides to go on virtual rides and Disneyworld and Disneyland! *Note: we are not responsible for content on third-party websites. Read more […]