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Helping Your Children Hide God’s Word In Their Hearts~Part 3

Reading the BibleCreate projects to help your kids apply what they’re learning. Instead of just teaching them information, walk them through life situations and show them how to put into practice what they are learning. Here a few suggestions of things we did with our kids that really worked. Read More…

Helping Your Children Hide God’s Word In Their Hearts~Part 2


Help Your Kids Learn The WordHere is another practical way to help teach God’s word to your children:

3. CD’s – This is something we just kind of stumbled upon, but one of the MOST EFFECTIVE ways of teaching kids not only to memorize, but how to meditate as well. When our oldest were very small, Rick worked during the day and was gone till almost bedtime for the kids. Read More…

Helping Your Children Learn God’s Word

Bible Verse BoardOkay, now we know why- so HOW do we do it?

1. First of all, let your child’s need areas direct your teaching.

If you see a need/struggle in your child (and you’ll see plenty)-have them learn verses that deal with that need. We have a handout called Identifying and Dealing with Offenses, which lists 32 negative types of behavior and   the corresponding positive behavior. Our job is to direct our kids to learn to make wise decisions by showing them the consequences from Scripture by cultivating the wrong attitudes in our lives as opposed to the blessings God bestows when we make wise choices. Read More…

Teaching God’s Word To My Kids…Is It Important?


Psalm 119:97 says, “ O how love I thy law! It is my meditation all the day”.                                                                                                    

Kids need to be involved with God’s Word during the day.

Memorizing is the first step in meditating. Meditating has been compared to a cow chewing her cud. First she swallows it, then brings it back up, and chews it all over again.

In order to meditate you have to first commit the Scripture to memory by getting it into your mind and then contemplate it, think about it, and finally decide how to apply it to your life. That’s when it makes it’s way from your head into our heart and works out in our life.

Our kids need us to help them with this. 

Do you want your kids to be wiser than their enemies? Then teach them God’s Word.

Psalm 119: 98 “Thou through thy Read More…

Hiding the Word in Their Hearts


Hiding the Word in their heartsI will forever be grateful to a Sunday School teacher I had when I was a just a baby Christian, a brand-new mom, and a newcomer to Lynchburg, Virginia. I didn’t grow up in a Christian home. As a matter of fact, I grew up as a Unitarian Read More…

What to do When Kids Don’t Get Along

arguingGod has created the family to be the training ground for children. Since we are all born with a sin nature, righteous behavior doesn’t come naturally. Therefore, it is our primary job as parents to train our kids to love the Lord their God with all their heart, soul, and mind. That awesome job requires intentional time put into training them to look to Scripture as the practical guidebook for their lives that supplies them with principles to follow and answers to every dilemma they will face. Read More…