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COMING SOON: How Majestic Is Your Name ? Revised

July 22, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
  Children Desiring God is excited to announce the upcoming release of the revised version of How Majestic Is Your Name. This 40-week Sunday school curriculum is designed to teach fifth grade students about the names of God and what His names reveal about His character. We are working hard to finalize all of the […]... continue >>

Play Dates and Bible Lesson Dates

July 21, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
Every mother knows about scheduling “play dates” for young children. My 3-year-old grandson, David, always looks forward to his play dates with his favorite neighborhood friend, Ava. But this summer my daughter Sarah and Ava’s mom decided to go beyond simply planning play dates for their children. Now they also schedule weekly Bible lesson dates. […]... continue >>

A Profession by Pressure?

July 16, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
Here are some sobering words from John Leuzarder and, unfortunately, we have probably all seen examples of the “sorrow to everyone involved.” Having our children embrace Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior based on a clear knowledge of the Gospel is the most important concern of a Christian parent. Jesus said, “Let the children come […]... continue >>

Head, Heart, Hands, and Habitat

July 15, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
At our 2013 National Conference, Dr. Bruce Ware presented an excellent seminar titled “Teaching Children to Know and Love God by Knowing and Loving Theology.” In that seminar, he emphasized teaching biblical truth in a manner that focuses on a progression of head, heart, hands, and habitat. Here is a summary of what he means […]... continue >>

How to Talk about So-Called Same-Sex Marriage with Your Children

July 14, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
I ran across an article by Dr. Russell Moore recently. He writes about a topic many of us would have never imagined needing to address in our lifetime. But now, as more and more states have legalized same-sex “marriage,” it has become unavoidable. Dr. Moore gives this thoughtful advice to parents: The Bible isn’t nearly […]... continue >>