New Page: Independent Bible Reading

I have not added new material to this blog for a while. I would like to thank those who have emailed me privately to tell me they are still using my material.  It is a great encouragement.  I do not post here regularly because my life is very busy now but I am still developing new Bible study material which I hope I can add to my blog in the future.

I have added a new page for those students who would like to read the Bible on their own, without set lesson plans or workbooks.    My daughter, who was 3  years old when I started this blog, is now 11 and looking for other material.  I would like her to start reading the Bible on her own and meditating on it daily, coming to me for help when she needs it.  She still attends Bible classes with our church and will probably start learning to teach a children’s class within the next 5 years.  So she is kind-of in this “middle ground” of not being a beginning student, but not knowing enough yet to direct her own study.  I developed this reading plan for students at her level.

Please go to this page to learn more about Independent Bible Reading and Narration.

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Shiver Academy

Although I am officially on break from this site for the summer, I couldn’t help passing along this great free resource: The Book of Virtues Unit Study. Scroll down on the right side of the page for the studies.  I would like to use these as application lessons for my kids’ Bible studies at home.

Thank you to Patty for these great lesson plans!

New Testament Clipart

This is a list of  links to free clip art that people can use for their Bible timelines.  Please be patient as I add to it.  Many of these images can be used on a full page as a coloring activity for your Bible studies.  **please note that clicking on a link below will open it in a new window. Read the rest of this entry »

Old Testament Clipart

I am slowly but surely getting together a list of links to free clip art that people can use for their Bible timelines.  Please be patient as I add to this list. Many of these images can be used on a full page as a coloring activity for your Bible studies.  **please note that clicking on a link will open it in a new window. Read the rest of this entry »

Teaching Our Children

This wonderful article was written by Joanne Beckley, aka “Granny,” who has a wealth of experience as a Bible teacher.  I hope it will encourage you as much as it did me.

TEACHING CHILDREN – My story

We chose to live in a foreign country in order to spread the gospel in that part of the world. In doing so, we felt the burden of realization that we were without the support of other Christians available to help us teach our children. The significance of this weighed heavily upon us the entire 14 years our sons were with us in South Africa. Read the rest of this entry »