Some people feel that apologizing makes you look weak. But it actually takes a lot of strength. And when there are no apologies, a wronged person can distrust you for a very, very long time. Saying “I’m
Here's a great lesson to share with the kids in your life about St. Patrick and the faith he inspires. (Don't worry: you can do it even if it's not St. Patrick's Day!)
Most children have either given or received a friendship bracelet—where they get one charm and their best friend gets the other. They’ll be making Valentine bracelets, but this time Jesus will get the second charm in a
“Balance out” is a term all kids need to know, but during the holidays it becomes especially critical! This game will help students remember to slow down and actually appreciate the real meaning of Christmas in the
The “Thankful Tree Placemat” craft is a fun activity that allows children to show their gratitude in a creative way!
Mary Kate Warner's back with a craft that helps illustrate for our children the significance of their prayers for others.
A simple project helps teach about the power of Jesus' love and forgiveness.
This lesson can help kids understand that while a glorious transfiguration will occur to us at death, in life we have to be like Jesus and the disciples; we have to keep going with some mundane, worldly
Help your children or students create a perfect book mark for summer Bible reading.
This game will teach children about storms: those that occur in nature and those that we encounter throughout life. It will also remind students that God is with them at every point in their lives, helping them
Editor’s note: Today, I’m honored to welcome our newest contributor Mary Kate Wallace. Mary-Kate Warner blogs at Christianity Cove, where she writes on Christian Motherhood, Homeschool Teaching, Bible Study and Sunday School Activities, and Faith and inspiring children to love