God looks not at the elegancy of your prayers, to see how neat they are; nor yet at the geometry of your prayers, to see how long they are; nor yet at the arithmetic of your prayers, to see how many they are; nor yet at the music of your prayers, nor yet at the sweetness of your voice, nor yet at the logic of your prayers; but at … [Read more...] about How does God see our prayers?
Make your lesson review as much fun for your kids as going for a burger! Have your own questions prepared, and then open up this PowerPoint game, which is played on two "boards" (PowerPoint presentations which are opened simultaneously). How the game works Once you have downloaded the TWO PowerPoint files, save them into the same folder on … [Read more...] about PowerPoint Burger Bar fun lesson review game
Play dough is great fun for little ones. They love to poke, squish and roll it! In today's post we have two links for you. How to make your own playdough at home It is both economical and easy, as our first link shows. Rachel Miller, blogging over at Family Maven writes: We recently made the softest, almost silky play dough recipe. My kids … [Read more...] about Teaching Christian lessons with playdough
What could be better that combining the action of hopping along a hoop path with the strategy of "stone, scissors, paper"? This active game is a tried and tested success with kids. You only need to see the children in the video who are in line waiting to play – jumping up and down with excitement! If you don't have hoops, you could chalk circles, … [Read more...] about Hoop Hop Action Game
Are you looking for a different way to review your lesson on Joseph storing the grain? Or would you like a fun game for a harvest thanksgiving service or school assembly? This printable is a colourful and versatile resource. You supply the questions: we provide a novel way to score them. This is easy to make Download the free … [Read more...] about Sacks of Corn and Mice Review Game
Minister and writer Alan Smith recounted this story in his blog Thought for the Day. Many years ago, when Hitler's forces occupied Denmark, the order came that all Jews in Denmark were to identify themselves by wearing armbands with yellow stars of David. The Danes had seen the extermination of Jews in other countries and guessed that this … [Read more...] about A king who identifies with his people