I have a lot of new posts coming this month and in 2016. I’m excited about what the year holds. That said, I don’t want what the things I’ve done in the past to get buried and lost in the black hole of the world wide web. Therefore, I’ve decided to resurrect some of my own content by bringing you a series of blog posts called, “The Best of Meaningful Mama.” The first post I want to offer is the Best Bible Crafts at Meaningful Mama. For all of my Bible Crafts, visit here. You will also find amazing Bible lessons and crafts gathered from across the web in this post.
Equipping parents to be the number one disciplers of their children is a passion. I want to help provide resources, activities and crafts that give the tools to teach our children the most important lessons in the world. These lessons are not only available to parents, but they can also be used by Christian schools, Sunday School teachers, and our fearless leaders at AWANA.
Best Bible Crafts at Meaningful Mama
I hope that you find my Bible resources helpful. I want to spend 2016 building up my Bible lessons even more.
Great Resources for Teaching Kids about God
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If you are a parent working on raising up your children in a way that teaches the truth about God, I want to provide you with a few of our family favorite resources. (affiliate links) Jesus Storybook Bible – This is my favorite. I tear up throughout the story, and I am amazed at how beautifully they tell the gospel story and weave Jesus into each story from the creation of the world to the end of the New Testament. I even buy this book for friends who are wanting to learn more about the Christian faith. It tells God’s story in a way that makes so much sense. Long Story Short – Ten Minute Devotions to Draw Your Family to God – This is the Bible Study we are currently doing as a family, and I love it. I love that it ties the Old Testament stories to Jesus, like the “Jesus Storybook Bible.” It is an engaging way to interact with your kids, with questions geared for great discussion. My oldest (age 7) is especially loving it, and it always the one who goes and grabs the book to make sure we get our devotion done. There are 5 lessons a week that take about 10 minutes. It is super manageable and brings a lot of intention into your Christian parenting journey. Even today, my daughter was whining about not getting something her sister was able to get. They had learned about the story of Cain and the word “envy.” It was a great tie in to discussion about her current feelings. Although I haven’t read them, the same author has two other books – Old Story New and The Gospel Bible Story. Seeds Worship CDs – These are my favorite kid music CD’s to play in the car. They are not annoying! The music is well composed but straight scripture. My kids have easily memorized scriptures since we have these playing in the car. Here are some of their CD’s: Seeds of Courage, Seeds of Praise, Seeds of Character, Seeds Family Worship Grace for the Moment – I haven’t actually gone through this one with my kids, but I have heard great things. It is full of 365 different devotions to last throughout the year. It’s written by Max Lucado, and I tend to love all of his work, so I look forward to doing this one in the future.