Archive - January, 2014

Teaching the Seven “A”s of Confession

In yesterday’s post we highlighted the importance of modeling redemption in our homes, which included the necessity of admitting to and confessing sin. Peacemaker Ministries has a guide called the “Seven A’s of Confession” that can help both parents and children alike to better understand and practice biblical confession with one another. From their website: (more…)

Modeling Redemption in the Home

Have your children ever played the “blame game” when confronted with some kind of wrong attitude? Have they ever tried to deny the obvious, even when caught in the act? Have they ever come up with some “whopper stories” to explain away why they didn’t do what you told them to do? Did they learn any of those creative evasion tactics from us? Here are some good thoughts from Paul Tripp about the importance of creating a “redemptive community” in the home, (more…)

A New Year and New Opportunities

The new year is a time of looking forward and planning—planning for the rest of the school year, planning for which activities and sports our children will participate in, planning our finances, planning to remodel the kitchen, planning that long awaited vacation…on and on. But there is something that often gets missed in these plans. (more…)

Winner: Jesus, What a Savior Giveaway

JWS Giveaway Winner

Congratulations to Cara G. from Wisconsin on winning the Jesus, What a Savior! giveaway!  The fabulous prize includes a Jesus, What a Savior! Teacher’s Kit and 5 Student Workbooks.

My favorite curriculum is The ABCs of God! —Cara

Thank you to everyone who entered the contest. It was wonderful to see your comments pour in and to read about what curricula you love.

If you would like to learn more about our revised Jesus, What a Savior! curriculum, click here.

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