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Jesus’ 10 New Testament Principles for Parenting: Principle No. 10 – Parenting Is A Team Sport (Part 2)

Jesus parented His children (disciples) as a team with the help of the other 12 disciples. It was no accident that Jesus chose 12 disciples to be His special children.  Jesus had a special plan that it would take all … Continue reading

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Jesus’ 10 New Testament Principles for Parenting: Principle No. 9 – Transparency Is The Best Policy (Part 3

Jesus was transparent about the difficulties of the work that His children (disciples) would experience if they chose to follow Him. Jesus never sugar coated the difficulty of work to the disciples. When He took them out to do the … Continue reading

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Jesus’ 10 New Testament Principles for Parenting: Principle No. 9 – Transparency Is The Best Policy (Part 5)

Jesus was transparent about His children’s (disciples) need to count the cost before they made financial decisions. Jesus used the analogy of counting the cost of building a house for His disciples, “But don’t begin until you count the cost. … Continue reading

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Jesus’ 10 New Testament Principles for Parenting: Principle No. 9 – Transparency Is The Best Policy (Part 4)

Jesus was transparent about His children’s (disciples) need for the ministry of Holy Spirit in comforting them. Jesus told His children that it was to their advantage that He go away, because that would bring them the Holy Spirit, the … Continue reading

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Jesus’ 10 New Testament Principles for Parenting: Principle No. 5 – Let Our Example Do The Talking (Part 1)

Jesus modeled this 5th parenting principle of ‘Letting our example do the talking’. Jesus did more modeling than verbal teaching to His children (the disciples).  One example is the feeding of the 5,000. At the end of the day there … Continue reading

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Jesus’ 10 New Testament Principles for Parenting: Principle No. 4 – Our Children Can Handle What Life Throws At Them (Part 4)

Jesus modeled this 4th parenting principle that ‘that our children can handle what life throws at them’. Jesus knew that this earth was not ultimately the home of His children for they were heavenly citizens.  No matter what life would … Continue reading

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Jesus’ 10 New Testament Principles for Parenting: Principle No. 4 – Our Children Can Handle What Life Throws At Them (Part 3)

Jesus modeled this 4th parenting principle that ‘that our children can handle what life throws at them’. Jesus believed that His disciples could handle whatever life threw at them because He knew that they would receive the power of the … Continue reading

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Jesus’ 10 New Testament Principles for Parenting: Principle No. 6 – Let Natural Consequences Do The Teaching (Part 4)

Jesus modeled this 6th parenting principle of ‘Letting Natural Consequences Do The Teaching’. Have you ever thought of thanking God for the difficulties that our children encounter?  Wise parents actually pray to God that He would bring learning experiences into … Continue reading

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Jesus’ 10 New Testament Principles for Parenting: Principle No. 6 – Let Natural Consequences Do The Teaching (Part 3)

Jesus modeled this 6th parenting principle of ‘Letting Natural Consequences Do The Teaching’. Jesus knew that a critical part of letting natural consequences teach His children was to let them own the problem.  So often we steal the learning away … Continue reading

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Jesus’ 10 New Testament Principles for Parenting: Principle No. 6 – Let Natural Consequences Do The Teaching (Part 2)

Jesus modeled this 6th parenting principle of ‘Letting Natural Consequences Do The Teaching’. Jesus most frequently taught His children by allowing them to experience the natural consequences for their actions and then used this as a teaching moment. So how … Continue reading

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Hands On Teaching of the Resurrection of Christ

I was browsing through Pinterest and saw this great Easter garden idea you can build with your kids. It is a wonderful way to get them excited about the resurrection of Christ. Check out the website call,” A Holy Experience.” … Continue reading

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Jesus’ 10 New Testament Principles for Parenting: Principle No. 4 – Our Children Can Handle What Life Throws At Them (Part 1)

Jesus modeled this 4th parenting principle that ‘that our children can handle what life throws at them’. Jesus allowed the disciples to go through the process of failure, discovery and success.  In Luke 9 we find out that Jesus allowed … Continue reading

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Top 100 Children’s Bible Memory Verses: God Has Always Known Us – The Story Behind Psalm 139:16

Psalm 139:16 is a favorite children’s Bible memory verse, but how many know the story behind this verse? “Your eyes say my substance, being yet unformed.  And in Your book they all were written, the days fashioned for me, when … Continue reading

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Teaching Our Kids How To Listen To A Sermon

Have you ever thought about the need to teach your kids how to listen to a sermon. We teach them how to ride a bike, how to put their tie their shoelaces, how to talk to adults, shouldn’t we as … Continue reading

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Jesus’ 10 New Testament Principles for Parenting: Principle No. 9 – Transparency Is The Best Policy (Part 1)

Jesus was transparent and revealed His struggles to His children (disciples) so that they could understand how to deal with life’s difficulties. When Jesus was going to pray in the Garden of Gethsemane, prior to His arrest and crucifixion, He … Continue reading

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How To Help Kids To Have Healthy Friendships

Here are 5 ideas to help kids have healthy friendships: Model healthy friendships in your life. Talk openly about the things that you are learning in your friendships. Help them to see that God wants us to learn and grow … Continue reading

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Jesus’ 10 New Testament Principles for Parenting: Principle No. 1 – Release Our Children To God (Part 3)

Jesus constantly released his followers (His spiritual children) into His Father’s hands through prayer. “Holy Father, keep them and care for them – all those you have given to me – so that they will be united just as we … Continue reading

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Free Bulletin Board Ideas That Teach Bible Concepts

A well designed bulletin board can be a lot of work and very intimidating for those that don’t feel they have the “artist” gene. Now there is no need to fret. Just check out the website called Kids Sunday School … Continue reading

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Jesus’ 10 New Testament Principles for Parenting: Principle No. 7 – Share The Power Through Choices (Part 4)

Here are 4 important things to remember as parents as we model providing choices in our homes like Jesus did with His children. 1.  If you provide choices, make sure that you can live with the choice that your child … Continue reading

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Jesus’ 10 New Testament Principles for Parenting: Principle No. 7 – Share The Power Through Choices (Part 2)

Jesus modeled this 7th parenting principle of ‘Sharing the power through choices’ LUTS and ED. The BPH does not seem to be an independent factor related to the DE (38,cases a response (complete or partial) or absent (24%) tadalafil for … Continue reading

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