One of the most delightful ways to observe Lent with children is to share stories about the life of Jesus including his death and resurrection, and Easter traditions.
Tonight one of my boys burst into tears just as I grabbed the bible to start our reading of Romans. He had just remembered that he lost his homework that is due tomorrow and half-way finished.* I took a deep breath. “We’ll find it buddy, it is time to read Romans now.”
Before seminary, my priest would often send me off to do children’s chapel. She made working with kids a requirement of my internship even though […]
A couple of weeks ago I laid down with my nine-year-old son to read Lindsay Hardin Freeman’s book The Spy on Noah’s Ark. I flipped […]
Last night my husband and I went to see the movie based on Fred Roger’s ministry, Won’t You Be My Neighbor. In the 1980s, his show […]
Here are five excellent children’s books for your family’s faith formation.
March brings Lent to a close, which means it’s time to plan the Easter basket and figure out Holy Week at home.
As I think ahead to Lent, I know the place I need to start is in prayer.
We do not keep elves on any of our shelves to send behavior reports to the North Pole. Christ came for us while we were yet on the naughty list.
November 11th is a great time to add another friend to your list of beloved saints.