Noah’s Ark – Dare to believe

Our news media prefers to downplay anything that supports the authenticity of the Scriptures – and especially anything tied in with creation or Noah’s Ark. But thanks to the Internet and to Facebook, I have become aware of a discovery … Continue reading

What ever happened to family devotions?

Our family always struggled with how to make time for family devotions and how to make the time meaningful and fun. We wondered how to reinforce the lessons and values we were trying to teach. I wish we had had … Continue reading

Bridging Bible Storybooks with the Bible

I love Bible story books. They are usually a child’s first introduction to God, to Jesus, and to the Bible. Young children enjoy reading them with their parents and older brothers and sisters. And authors have to be discerning over how … Continue reading

The Value of Wondering…an Alternative Approach to Exploring Bible Stories with Children

As a Primary school teacher in England, my lessons were target driven and goal oriented. I had specific objectives that were measurable: Did the child know the letter A and the sound it made? If they did, we moved on … Continue reading