Be Thankful: How to Give Thanks

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We’ve covered the definition of thanks and why we should give thanks to God. Now, let’s discuss ways that we can give thanks. How to Give Thanks Many ways to give thanks are illustrated in the Bible. Here are some of them: Song. David is one of the best examples of giving thanks to God in songs and poems. In 1 Chronicles 16, starting in verse 8, David sings a song to thank God. In Nehemiah 12 we read about {Read More}

Be Thankful: Why Give Thanks?

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We talked in the first post about what thanks is. Before you can wrap your mind around why to give thanks, you must have a good understanding of what thanks is. Jump over to this post to learn more about the definition of thanks and get a FREE printable to help your kids draw and write about the meaning of thanks. Why Give Thanks? It is God’s will that we give thanks. First Thessalonians 5:18 says that we are to {Read More}

Be Thankful – Autumn Inspiration Week

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Autumn Inspiration Week I’m joining with my friends in the Inspired Bloggers Network to bring you some Autumn Inspiration this week. What do you think of when you hear the word “Autumn”? I think of cooler weather, fall leaves, pretty colors and… Thanksgiving. Not just the holiday, but the attitude of thanksgiving. Be Thankful Thanksgiving shouldn’t be a once a year thing, but autumn is a time when we can renew our commitment to being thankful. I want my kids to {Read More}

Kids in the Word: Fruit of the Spirit Family Devotional

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Michael and Carlie Kercheval have released a family devotional in their new series Learning to Speak Life. This first book is on the Fruit of the Spirit. Carlie sent me a copy so I could share my thoughts with you. Fruit of the Spirit The Fruit of the Spirit book is designed for families with kids ages 3-9. It helps you take your kids through Galatians 5:22-23 over the course of 9 weeks. Each lesson contains the following: Primary Scripture {Read More}

How to Homeschool With Depression

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Life doesn’t always goes as we plan. In the same way, homeschooling doesn’t always go as we plan. Sometimes we’re thrown a curveball that we have to figure out how to hit in a hurry. For me, that curveball is depression. How to Homeschool with Depression 1. Take care of yourself. When you have depression, even getting out of bed is tough some days. You must take care of yourself in order to take care of your family. Set a {Read More}