If you check out the KidsBibleReading.com blog you’ll find resources to help you raise your children for the Lord. Heres a sample of the latest links.
Why I Want More Than Happiness For My Kids
Some challenging questions from Christina Fox:
The question we have to ask ourselves is, What is our ultimate goal for our children and what are we doing on a daily basis to pursue that goal? And second to that is, What are we teaching our children about pursuing that goal? They say that what you spend your time and money on reveals what is most important to you. Based on how we spend our time and money, are we teaching our children that the pursuit of happiness is their ultimate goal in life?
How Not To Teach Your Kids the Bible
John Wells gives us four things to avoid and five things to embrace when teaching our children Bible stories. Then he closes with five practical tips.
Who Says You Can’t Memorize?! Fun Ways to Learn Bible Verses
This is the only Bible memory book written for kids. Easy instructions and delightful illustrations make each technique a snap to learn. Are you a kid at heart? You will love this book too.
Reading as Parenting
Rebecca argues that “reading to our children is a fundamental aspect of parenting little people, though we rarely talk about it in the context of raising children.”
Who Says You Can’t Memorize?! Fun Ways to Learn Bible Verses $11.95. You won’t agree with everything in this book but you’ll pick up many helpful tips for helping your kids to memorize.
Tiny Bear’s Bible by Sally Lloyd-Jones $13.09 (Kindle $1.99). By the author of The Jesus Storybook Bible: Every Story Whispers His Name.
How Can I Help? God’s Calling For Kids $10.99.
Gene Veith is well known for his excellent book on Christian vocation, God at Work: Your Christian Vocation in All of Life. Now his daughter has taken the ideas of that book and put them into a form that children can understand. Yes, this is a book on callings for children!
Bible Explorer: God’s Word from Genesis to Revelation by Carine Mackenzie $14.99.