HOW TO START A CONVERSATION WITH YOUR CHILD ABOUT WHAT THEY ARE LEARNING ON SUNDAY MORNINGS
On Sunday mornings we are using the Gospel Project Curriculum. It takes kids on a Christ-centered, chronological journey through Scripture. They will discover how the Gospel unfolds from Genesis through Revelation. Do you want to know what your kids are learning each week and how to engage with them? Please see the attachments below for the Fall 2019 Curriculum Schedule and Conversation Starter Guide.
SeptemberConversationStarters.pdf - This gives you details on the Bible Story each week and 2 questions to ask your child according to the lesson.
Fall2019CurriculumSchedule.pdf- This allows you to see each Bible Story we are covering this fall.
HOW TO READ THE BIBLE WITH MY CHILD
The ESV Family Devotional Bible is designed to help families read and apply God’s Word together over the course of a year. Each devotion also includes discussion questions and suggestions for additional reading, helping families develop a habit of reading the Bible together and applying its truth to all of life.Foundations for Kids is a 260-day reading plan for kids that highlights the foundational passages of Scripture every disciple should know. Foundations for Kids follows the H.E.A.R. method. The acronym H.E.A.R. stands for Highlight, Explain, Apply, and Respond. Each of these four steps contributes to creating an atmosphere to hear God speak.
HOW TO BUILD A BIBLICAL FRAMEWORK AT HOME
Kids and Preschoolers can learn important doctrines of the Christian faith at home. Families can use The Big Picture Questions & Answers Booklet attached below. It focuses on 76 questions pertaining to God, Jesus, People, The Bible, The Church, and Christian Life. Print this booklet out and ask your child 1 question before bedtime or in the car on the way to school.
HOW TO SHARE THE GOSPEL WITH YOUR CHILD
Sharing the Gospel with your family doens't have to be intimidating. Listed below you will see a script and a video link on how to use the ABC's of becoming a Christian.