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Whether you are looking for ways to incorporate Bible teaching into your online learning or wanting help with family devotions, our children’s ministry team is ready to help! Linked below are some online resources our team recommends to help you connect your children to Christ.
Here are some of our favorite online resources to get you started:
How to talk to your child about the coronavirus
If your kids are worried about the coronavirus, download this resource from Ministry Spark for ideas on how to talk about the situation in way that reduces anxiety.
Free Spiritual Parenting eBook and more
In the Family Guide from April 19, Allen provided a great tool for helping you children identify their emotions along with step-by-step instructions on how to create your own “Engine Plates.” If you haven’t done this activity yet with your family, consider incorporating it into your weekly devotional time.
Action Bible Anytime Devotions
Currently, there’s still a lot of uncertainty in our world. But the one thing we can be certain of is God’s faithfulness! Be encouraged with this free download featuring 8 devotions from The Action Bible Anytime Devotions.
Inside you’ll find verses, practical questions, life application, and simple prayers. Watch the Bible come to life as you dive into these topics:
- When You’re Lonely
- When Hope is Hard to See
- For Impossible Times
- When You’re Anxious
- When You Feel Angry
- When You Get Tired of the Rules
- When You Feel Trapped
- When You Think About Others
With practical life lessons and simple prayers, this download engages kids in active faith to face today’s tough issues as they learn how to connect with God anytime, anywhere. And, here are some additional ideas for responding to these devotions together, check out this article.
So, can you help the kids in your life honor the mom in their life? Ask them the question, "Why do you love your mom?"
Watching with kids? Download and print the Journey to the Cross map below. Use it to help them follow the journey and make note of main points.
How can you prepare your and your family's heart for Easter? Linked below are two great tools for walking your family through the story of Easter, teaching them about Jesus' sacrifice, and encouraging them to connect the Bible to their daily life through discussion and activities.
As you are spending more time at home over the coming weeks, we wanted to pass along some of our favorite online resources for Bible study, family devotion time and more.