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Purchase a new Bible a year before your childs event—perhaps their 16th birthday or high school graduation. Then, take a year to read through it with a Bible reading plan making notations in the margin written specifically to your child. Make comments about the verse’s special significance. Mention how you’ve seen a truth of scripture lived out in their life. Warn them of pitfalls. Encourage them with favorite verses underlined. Then, on their big day, wrap it up and give it to them as a…

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Discipline Help ~ The Child Training Bible Review

Discipline Help ~ The Child Training Bible Review and giveaway! Baby shower gift

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How to Study the Bible (for kids)

How to Study the Bible (for kids) | blog.ashleypichea...

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Journal of Letters

Instead of giving your child birthday cards (which inevitably get lost), write your heartfelt sentiments for special occasions (birthdays, starting school, etc) in a journal...which will be a keepsake when they're grown!


Bible Reading Plan for Children - Great for Summer

Children's Bible Reading Plan: Read through the Gospel of John in 6 weeks! Perfect for summer reading! - we started today!

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Child Training Bible Review & Giveaway {Closed

Child Training Bible

Teach the Gospel ideas to kids in a fun way. Wow this mom is amazing! Also has great ideas for helping your kids develop a love for reading the scriptures.

for the girls Graduation gift: Secretly have your children's teachers, coaches, etc. write notes, poems and/or inspirational sayings at the end of each school year, then present to them at their high school graduation!

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52 First Bible memory verses for children

52 First Bible memory verses for children. Lots of short, simple ideas. Ten Commandments, Praise, Bible characters and more! :) #families #kidmin

{5 Year Journal} Every mom has at some point said: "I should write that down!" in reference to hysterical things her kids have said. This 5 year journal provides 5 lines per day, just enough space to write that funny quote of the day or milestone reached and allows you to compare your family's memories on each day of the year for 5 years. I'm in year 2 and it is a priceless way to end each day--laughing about last year's quotes, documenting today's, and wondering about next year's.

Fabulous idea - Starting at age 3, every year on their birthday you ask the same questions and see how their answers change over the years! Add a pic and make a book out of it. 20 questions* : answered by Morgan 1. What is your favorite color? 2. What is your favorite toy? 3. What is your favorite fruit? 4. What is your favorite tv show? 5. What is your favorite thing to eat for lunch? 6. What is your favorite outfit? 7. What is your favorite game? 8. What is your favorite...

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10 Simple Ways to Slow Down & Make Your Child's Day

10 simple ways to slow down and make your child's day! Yes!

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ABC Printable Scripture Cards

Printable Scripture cards