Biblical-Studies

teaching your child the bible in your homeschool

Ultimate Guide: What Every Child Should Know About the Bible (+ Free Printables)

What should every child know about the Bible? Christian parents want their children to have a good foundation in Biblical literacy. They want their kids to understand basic theology, to hide God’s Word in their hearts, and to be able to quickly find their place in the Scripture. But the Bible is so big…where should …

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Singing Psalms with kids and families

Singing Psalms with Little Saints

So you want to sing Psalms with your children, but you’re not really sure where to start. Or maybe you wonder why singing Psalms with children is even important! Is Psalm singing really something to prioritize in family life? Today my friend Melissa Cummings shares not only her personal experience and love for singing Psalms, …

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WonderFull: Ancient Psalms Ever New (interview with Marty Machowski) Psalms for children family devotions

WonderFull: Ancient Psalms Ever New (with Marty Machowski)

Even your youngest child may be familiar with familiar passages like Psalm 23. But WonderFull: Ancient Psalms Ever New by Marty Machowki enables young readers, parents, and whole families to explore the Psalms more deeply. Our family already loved other Bible study resources by Marty Machowski, and when I saw his new book about the …

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Morning Time Gathering Homeschool

Our Morning Gathering: Memory, Laughter, and Relationship      

Morningtime provides the framework for my ultimate goal in education: raising people who believe what is true, honor what is noble, stand uncompromisingly for what is just, keep their desires pure, love things that are lovely and relish those things that are praiseworthy (Philippians 4:8). Our morning gathering lends great joy to this crazy family life. It builds memory, laughter, and relationship into our days.