Category: Bible + Faith

Pentecost: How to Talk to Kids About the Holy Spirit

By Editorial Team

Most people only know Pentecost as a Christian holiday, where we commemorate the day when the Holy Spirit fell on the Apostles of Christ as they gathered together in the upper room, after the Ascension of Jesus. Scripture (Acts 2) actually tells us that Jews from many different nations were in Jerusalem that day. They […]

Teach Kids About Jesus All Year Long

By Jessica Wolstenholm

You can teach kids about Jesus all year long! Help children get to know their Savior at Easter, but don’t stop there. . . On the way to soccer practice last night, my 5-year-old son gazed out the car window, looked up into the sky and said, “Mom, wouldn’t it be cool if we could […]

After Easter: The Way of Forgiveness

By Erick Goss

If you asked your kids to repeat what they know about Easter, they might say: “Jesus died for our sins. We ask for His forgiveness. Jesus rose from the dead!”  That is true. And it is a simple, yet incredibly profound series of actions that we did celebrate last weekend.  Christ, the initiator of our […]

How to Talk to Your Kids About Jesus’ Death at Easter

Crucifix - Stations of the Cross

By Editorial Team

Around Easter every year, we start to think about how we’re going to talk to our kids about Jesus’ death – which is a pretty tricky topic for little kids! Most people like to skirt the topic. I get it. It’s not an easy one. Who wants to talk to kids about torture? About archaic […]

Palm Sunday: 5 Ways to Help Your Kids Understand What Really Happened

Passion Sunday - Sunday 28th March  - Palm Sunday

By Editorial Team

Palm Sunday is one of the most significant events leading into Holy Week. This popular Bible story is a beautiful depiction of Jesus riding into Jerusalem on a donkey while the people laid down palm branches and shouted, “Hosanna to the Son of David! Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord! […]

The Light of Epiphany: Hope for the New Year

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By Jessica Wolstenholm

There’s a bright light shining through our front window. The curtains fell down one evening in December while my husband and I were watching TV. We heard a crash and rushed to the dining room to see our front window curtains on top of my buffet, the one filled with my china. Thankfully, nothing was […]

10 Back to School Bible Verses (with Printable!)

Minno - Parenting

By Melanie Rainer

Families have been navigating new normals for months in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, and this is the second time we’ll be heading “back-to-school” in unfamiliar and unprecedented ways. Starting a new school year often comes with uncertainty and anxiety for kids and parents but this year even more so. No matter the circumstances […]