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Auction: Going Once, Going Twice – Teaching children how valuable they are to God
Bedtime Blessings– A bedtime prayer activity with young children
Blinded by Sin– Explains that we all have a “disease” called sin
Creating Impression Points– Helps you launch frequent faith discussions (Deuteronomy 6:6-9)
Daddy & Daughter Movie Night– Triggers a faith discussion between father and daughter
Deployment Prayer Paper Chain– Preparing your family to value prayer as the deployment approaches while providing a daily visual reminder of that value.
Dinner & A Movie– Good conversation around the movie of your choice
Eggs-cuse Me – Illustrating the Gospel and discussing our true status without Christ
Face Your Fear– Learning about facing our fears by trying out new foods, talking about personal challenges and learning how God’s love conquers all
Faith Handoff– An intentional time to emphasize why God wants families to build one another’s faith
Faith Walk– An intentional time to introduce the Faith Path by discussing trust between family members and God
Fat Cat Bedtime Blessings – Affirms the unique value of your child
Finding God in Narnia – Connecting the dots between the Narnia stories and the Christian beliefs of Narnia creator C.S. Lewis
Follow The Instructions– Use this activity with any recipe to have fun making a special meal and fostering intentional conversation about the instructions God has for our lives
God’s Timing – Learning about God’s perfect timing
In His Image– Understanding how we are created in God’s image, yet each of us is unique and special
Just Like Air – Teaches how a God we can’t see can be real
Memory Minute– Gives children a strong sense of family connection and identity
Merry Heart Meal– Infuse fun into family meals through laughter
One of A Kind – An intentional time to talk about how God has made each one of us unique and special for His glory
Praying for My Child – Begin the routine of prayer for and with your child
Rolling in Money– Teaches the value of money and good stewardship
Spiritual Birthdays– Reinforcing your child’s faith decision annually
The Lion, the Witch, & The Wardrobe – Connecting the dots between the Narnia stories and the Christian beliefs of Narnia creator C.S. Lewis
Timewise– Illustrates the importance of using our time wisely
Together We Are Strong– Use this activity to make a family spaghetti meal together and discuss how God gives us strength as we stand together
Truth Treasure Map– Shows that the difficult path may be the best path
Upstairs/Downstairs– Helps children understand that God did for us what we could not do for ourselves
Affirming Celebrations– An activity to celebrate someone’s life – possibly on a birthday, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Grandparent’s Day, graduation, etc.
Blessing Notes– Affirms the value of family members in a tangible manner.
Christmas: From The Heart– Focusing on the true meaning of Christmas as you celebrate Christ’s birth and find ways to give gifts that money can’t buy.
Christmas: The Greatest Gift– Helping children connect the dots between the birth of Baby Jesus and the reason He came.
Christmas: It’s A Wonderful Life– Focusing on the value of life and the power of serving others.
Dads: What Dad Does – As a mealtime discussion activity celebrating Dad’s role.
Easter: Good Friday– An Easter Week family activity to assist with understanding why Jesus died on a cross.
Fall: A Pumpkin Parable– To shine the Light of Christ during the Fall.
Halloween: Deception on Display– Uses a holiday that emphasizes lies to reinforce truth.
Moms: Mom Awards– A special mealtime activity immediately before dessert to honor Mom and give her the appreciation she deserves.
Moms: Mom Knows Best– As a mealtime discussion activity celebrating Mom’s love.
Thanksgiving: Attitude of Gratitude– Learning to develop an attitude of gratitude.
Thanksgiving: Hungry, Hungry Thank You– Learning to satisfy our hunger for joy by giving thanks.
Thanksgiving: Tree of Thankfulness– Create a Thanksgiving tradition with immediate or extended family as a reminder of the many blessings the Lord gives us.
Valentine’s Day: Love Mirror– As a Valentine’s Day Celebration activity discovering that real love is unselfish.
Art of Marriage – A date night activity to help husbands and wives discuss the purpose and challenges of marriage.
Discovering Needs – A date night activity to help husbands and wives discover ways to meet one another’s needs.
Hand In Hand – A date night or evening snack activity once the kids are in bed (could also use as activity with kids with adjustments).
Love and Respect – A date night discussion guide to help husbands and wives become intentional about meeting their mate’s greatest need.
Marriage Masterpiece – A date night activity that nurtures a shared vision of God’s design for your marriage.
Pre-Deployment Date Night: Love Languages – A date night activity for the military couple getting ready to be separated by deployment. Meaningful connection has unique challenges and obstacles during deployment. Learning to speak your spouse’s love language can set you up for greater success.
Strong Marriage: Annual Plan – A date night discussion guide to help you plan what activities and time slots to protect during the coming twelve months for building a strong marriage.
The Love Journal – An ongoing process for expressing love, devotion and commitment to one another. The Love Journal is a great way to open up sharing with one another since it is often easier to express feelings and appreciation in writing than it is face to face.
Before You Leave – As a guide to help your young adult gain confidence before leaving for college, renting his/her own apartment, etc.
Sample Blessing Letter– As a guideline for writing a blessing letter to a child who is leaving home
Rite of Passage Guide – Even the most simple rite of passage experience can have a profound impact on your child’s life. Ask yourself the following questions to plan the best approach for your son or daughter.