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Using video to make the Bible POP

Veteran Bible teacher, former children & family pastor, and former itinerant musical missionary for Campus Crusade for Christ’s Keynote division Dominic Francese developed Biblepop.com. Each video presents teaching from the Bible through tasty, bite-size videos, so that children and their families can be discipled for Jesus, online and at home, throughout the world.  At OneHope,…

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6 Bible verses to build a child’s confidence

A child’s self-esteem begins to develop at age 3 or 4[1] Parents have a huge responsibility of speaking life into their children’s lives and to ensure that, like other parts of their development, their self-esteem is growing and thriving. Without healthy development, a child’s spirit will likely shrivel up and life will become a monotonous…

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Reading to Kids Increases Their Intelligence

Research Finds: Reading Bible to Kids can Increase their Intelligence, Social skills, & More! Here’s Why & How! Most Christians believe that reading the Bible is “good for them.” Yet so many people still struggle getting “into it.” And if you struggle, don’t sweat it! I just wrote a blog last week on how to…

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5 Creative Ways to Surround Kids with the Bible

What do you want most for your children? Most Christian parents want their children to know God and His love for them. One of the best ways for kids to get to know God and His deep love for them is to expose them often to His Word. Reading God’s Word is essential to understanding…

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4 ways your family’s Christmas can focus on the Bible

Rejoice! Christmas is coming! Before you know it, the holiday season will have come and gone. The twinkling lights that once wrapped the tree and stockings that once hung above the fireplace, will both be tucked back into their boxes. The tangible, more superficial parts of the season will fade away with the Christmas music, but…

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How to Handle a “Church is boring” Attitude

“Church is boring, I don’t want to go.” Your perfectly blissful Sunday morning comes to a screeching halt as your oldest utters those dreadful words. Just five minutes ago, your hands were wrapped snuggly around a mug as you inhaled the life-giving scent of fresh-brewed coffee. The serenity of a perfect Sunday morning was complete…

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Thanksgiving activity guide

Whether they’re in diapers or dorm rooms, you can take advantage of Thanksgiving to point kids’ hearts in the direction of thankFULLness. We’ve compiled powerful stories, great parenting advice, and even activities to do together that inspire a biblical attitude of gratitude. Use Thanksgiving and this great FREE resource to help young people focus on what they…

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