Family Worship Series
In this series, Eric and Leslee talk about family worship. They will talk about the goal of family worship, the procedure and how to keep track of what you have covered as a family. Topics include: “The How and Why of Family Worship”, “Family Worship with Little Children”, “Family Worship with Teens” and “Family in Worship at Church”
5:17 People Week
A free seven day devotional including a video teaching, PDF devotional, coloring pages and word puzzles for reinforcement! Please be patient, as we transition to our new name and site!
Why Your Kids Want You to Read Ezekiel to Them
Do you want to excite your children? If so, here are some kid-approved ideas: end school early, take them to a movie… or read them the book of Ezekiel…
Simple Way for Your Family to Pray for a Lot of People
“Will you pray for me?” Yikes! How many times have you said, “Yes, of course!” but doubted that you’d ever remember to do it?
Does the Bible Contradict Itself?
This question, asked by one of my daughters was not the first time it had been asked. Some of my other children have asked similar questions as they’ve studied the Bible on their own.
Practical Tips for Family Worship with Littles
Leading little ones in family devotions is important. Somedays you find yourself asking yourself “Is this making any difference?” It is! Press on friend. Here are some practical tips to help.
Why Read the Bible to Little Kids?
You’ve heard a lot about the importance of family devotions. You’ve probably even made a few attempts at starting them in your own home.
How to Get Your Family to Want to Read the Word
We feel compelled to study the Bible because we know we should. It is God’s word, after all. But we often leave our time in the Word like we leave an encyclopedia…
Five Reasons to Continue Reading the Word with your Family
Do not underestimate the power of regular time in God’s word as a family. I write because I am particularly burdened that God’s Word is easily set aside in our homes.
Four Practical Encouragements for Reading the Bible as a Family
A few highly rated articles about activities families should do together reveal some interesting answers—and non-answers. For example, one article said to visit museums or take a hot air balloon ride.