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These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.        Deuteronomy 6:6-7

The family should be the hub for spiritual development, i.e, parents play the most important role in connecting children with Jesus. So parents need to be encouraged, informed and resourced.
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Sharing the Christmas Story With Your Family

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – Christmas – a time to celebrate Jesus’ birth. If we’re not intentional, this season will fly by without us taking time to share the Bible story with our family. Here are 5 fun, fresh ways to help your family read and connect with the Christmas Story. Family devotions and family Bible time at Christmas can be fun and interactive. Read the Bible together this Christmas.

Resources: Christmas Bible Storybook

Customized Discipleship for Children and Youth

How we can help children and youth grow in their love for Jesus? It’s about looking at the heart, mind and soul! It’s fun, creative, and holistic!

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Tips on Family Devotions

“Time with God is Fun!” Come explore and learn practical ways how you can implement devotions with your family!

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Download the Cultivating Faith Formation Around the Table Worksheet

Cultivating Faith Formation Around the Table

The table is arguably the most important place for cultivating effective family faith formation. Learn how to use the table to build connections with God’s Word, share life stories, foster conversations, engage in prayer, and draw closer to Jesus.

Resources:
Download the Cultivating Faith Formation Around the Table Worksheet

5 Tips for Sharing the Easter Story with Your Family

Hey parents (and grandparents)! Here are 5 tips to help you share the Easter story with your children (grandchildren) this Easter season!

 

Check out our Easter Bible readings and colouring pages at scriptureunion.ca/family-easter-bible-readings/

Resources:
Download the 5 Tips for Sharing the Easter Story with Your Children Worksheet

5 Parenting Practices That Will Help Develop Your Child’s Faith

If you’re a parent, you’re the most potent force in your child’s faith formation! But how do we parent well? Find out with these five parenting practices that will help develop your child’s faith!

Resources:
Download the 5 Parenting Practices That Will Help Your Child’s Faith Develop Worksheet

Growing Kids in the Word

How do we grow kids in the Word? Discover how you can equip visual, auditory, kinesthetic, or logical preference learners with creative Bible engagement practices that help them connect with the Word in ways that work.
Resources
Download the Growing Kids in the Word Worksheet

5 Tips to Help Families Cope with Stress and Anxiety During COVID-19

Are you experiencing increased stress or anxiety in your family? Check out these 5 tips to help families cope with stress and anxiety.
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Sharing God’s Word in the Home

How do you ramp up Bible engagement in the home? Some creative tips and suggestions to incorporate Bible engagement into your family’s daily routines.
Resources:
Download the Sharing God’s Word in the Home Worksheet

Family Devotions

With everyday demands and hectic schedules, Christian families need to put first things first. Family devotions should be near the top of the list. Discover how your family can grow closer to Jesus around the table.
Resources:
Download the Family Devotions Worksheet

Creating a Christ-Centred Homeschool

If you’re a homeschooler, a family considering or starting homeschooling, or a parent getting organized to accommodate children doing online schooling, you’ll learn how to be Christocentric in what you do.
Resources:
Download the Creating a Christ-Centred Homeschool Worksheet

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