Imagine for a minute that the three main characters of the story—the servant, the centurion, and Jesus—are standing in front of you.
Here, forty days after experiencing the impossible, grappling with the fact that Jesus had risen from the dead, the disciples are again standing in awe.
How is your scripture engagement going with your kids? How about you youth ministers and Sunday school teachers and leaders? Miriam McKenney continues to read the Bible with her kids at church, and we’re reaping what we’ve sown. The children are growing into the Word of God.
How do you talk to your children about death? In particular, how do you talk about your death? When illness strikes, the McKenneys turn to God for strength.
Sharing these stories and a time of wondering has led us to connect to the Scripture and one another in a new
I’m committed to raising kids not just to go to church, but to understand they ARE the church. Luke and Acts tells exactly that story.
I know that for my family to engage in a Lenten practice it needs to be simple and achievable.
Today, Rachel Jones introduces the Good Book Club. Stay tuned! Next, Melody Shobe will walk you through getting ready with young children.