The Best Children’s Bibles: A Comprehensive Guide for Christian Parents As a Christian parent, one of the most important aspects of your child’s spiritual growth is introducing them to the Bible. With so many options available, it can be challenging to find the perfect children’s Bible that suits your child’s age, interests, and reading level. In this blog post, we … (Read more)
Do you ever wonder how we can protect ourselves from harm and illness? While we take many precautions in our daily lives, it’s important to remember that only God has the power to shield us from sin and evil in the world. Take the story of Moses, for example. His mother kept him safe as a baby, but it was … (Read more)
Many times in our lives, things happen that are difficult to understand. We might face difficulties or uncertainties and wonder what God’s plan is, or why He would allow us to suffer. The story of Joseph is a great reminder that God is always with us and has a plan that will bless us. We can trust that He is … (Read more)
We are all dead! Dead to sin, that is…this lesson focuses on the joy we have in knowing that the death and resurrection of Jesus changes our lives and gives us the hope that we are a new creation. Children understand the concept of change, and see it all around them. Use familiar “transforming” items such as animals and food … (Read more)
As Labor Day approaches, it’s important to remember that work is not just a necessary evil, but a divine calling. In fact, the Bible has much to say about the value and purpose of work. So, grab your coffee and Bible, and let’s dive into this Labor Day Sunday School lesson on the biblical perspective of work!
Unleash your inner worker bee! Colossians 3:23-24 reminds us to work for the Lord with all our hearts. Get ready for a Labor Day Sunday School lesson that will inspire and energize you!
As we celebrate Labor Day, let’s take a moment to thank God for the gift of work! Whether you’re a kid going to school or an adult with a job, every kind of work is important and valuable. So let’s give thanks to God for the opportunity to learn, grow, and contribute to the world around us. Happy Labor Day!
Are your kids feeling down or overwhelmed? Teach them Philippians 4:13 and help them discover the strength to persevere.