[FREE] COLOR-CODED BIBLE VERSES
Bible verses memorization has been a key factor to our parenting our children in our faith in order to make it their faith.
The Color-Coded Bible Verses is designed to get children of all ages memorizing Bible verses that are focused on what they need most at their age.
Get your FREE copy of Color-Coded Bible Verses to get your children excited about memorizing scriptures.
How are you raising Christians kids like your kids? I hear this question often. Isn’t it every parent’s heart to have their children share their Christian faith as adults? Yet, so many parents are having the heartache of their adult children walking away from their...read more
Sharing activities for kids is a great way to help children overcome selfishness, and foster a love of sharing with their siblings and other children they encounter during their day. The more a parent takes strides to build character in a child, especially before the...read more
Are you wanting to raise your family on scriptures, but not sure where to really start? I would love to share with you some great Bible verse resources that you can easily add to your daily routines that your children (and you) can easily memorize and learn from even...read more
Teaching children to ask for forgiveness can take a much longer time, then teaching them to forgive. No one likes to admit they are wrong, so apologizing can be a hard a thing, regardless of the age. It is especially true if asking for forgiveness hasn't been...read more
Teaching children to forgive may not be something that you would think about when it comes to parenting. It may be just part of your day, or not anything you really spent time thinking about as a parent. Don't overlook the importance of teaching your children the...read more
Leading your child to a strong faith can be very difficult in today's culture. Knowing a few key things to do this from the start of their life can really help you teach them to look to God for all their needs. Leading Your Child to a Strong Faith Parenting is hard...read more
Lying starts young. As hurtful as it is to see your precious child being dishonest, every child does it. What is really important for parents is to learn how to accept it as a part of growing up, while teaching them the dangers of lying and guiding them to always...read more
If you have a toddler or a preschooler you can understand how important it is to build kindness in the formative years. With four children, ranging from 5 to young adult ages, I know first hand how beneficial this focus in parenting can help you on a daily basis. In...read more
What do you visualize when you think about responsibility? Does your little ones come to mind? Learning how to build responsibility in the formative years will help your children develop the necessary life skills to be successful and appreciated. What mom wouldn't...read more
If you have a little one in your home, you know that patience is not something that comes naturally for them. They have been trained from birth that when they needed or wanted something that it was provided quickly. No wonder that patience in toddlers and...read more