Like many parents, I want to increase my understanding of how our family might live into and live out of Lent. Here are four resources we’ll be using this year.
At 46 days (when you include Sundays), Lent is almost twice as long as Advent. Use these simple paper chains to help children visualize the countdown to Easter.
When adult children leave the church, parents are often wracked with grief and guilt. But what part of this burden is really ours to carry, and what must we leave to God?
The gift I’m giving my family this Christmas is meaningful, will last all year long, was prepared in a few minutes, and didn’t cost more than the paper on which it was printed.
Have you ever ended a family Christmas celebration and realized you’d skipped telling the story you’d gathered to celebrate? Start a new tradition this year by using one of these meaningful and fun intergenerational storytelling ideas.
Here are seven ideas of activities with the potential to form faith that you can do with your kids for little or no dough.
The Welcoming Children to the Lord’s Supper toolkit contains excellent resources to support parents/caregivers and children’s leaders as they engage kids in conversations about the Lord’s Supper.
Whether you are with new friends or familiar faces this Thanksgiving, we pray these cards will help you and your guests deepen your thankfulness to God and love for one another.