Keys to Effective Bible Study

www.churchathome.org by Philip Neal The diligent study of the Scriptures is a vital part of the Christian’s life. Indeed, having one’s mind in the Word of God is one of the key defenses Christians have in this troublesome world. Notice what Paul has to say about the profound value of studying the Scriptures: “And that from a child you have known the holy writings, which are able to make you wise unto salvation through faith, which is...

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Eternal Life Board Game

Creative Origins, LLC http://www.creativeoriginsllc.com/ 480 Churchill Dr. Hanover Park, IL. 60133-2605 Number of players: 2 – 6 Age range: 8 and up Joseph Grayhaim The Eternal Life Game is an enjoyable way for the Christian family to be mindful of the goal of earthly life together, while they play a game that accentuates life in this world. Each player receives $10,000 to begin play, along with a Heavenly Rewards Pouch,...

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How To Stop Bullying: Boundaries For Bullies
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How To Stop Bullying: Boundaries For Bullies

By Nicholeen Peck, https://teachingselfgovernment.com/ Question: How do you help children respond appropriately to unkind behavior and bullying, especially at school? Answer: Bullying is on the rise in our society. Many factors may contribute to this trend, including the increased usage of violent video games and movies, and the decrease in social refinement instruction. Whatever the root causes, incidents of bullying are increasing...

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The Relaxed Homeschool Mindset – Christian Perspective

By Dr. Mary Hood Excerpted from The Enthusiastic Homeschooler, Ambleside Educational Press, Cartersville, GA What is relaxed homeschooling, anyway? I get a lot of phone calls and letters from readers, many of whom say things like the following: “I’m really drawn to the relaxed homeschooling method. My problem is, I don’t really understand how it works. What do I do when we get up in the mornings? What happens when my kids are lazy? Do...

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Is There A “Home-Church” in Your Future?

By Philip Neal www.churchathome.org For millions of Christians, attending church is a thing of the past. They are among the growing ranks of church “dropouts” — those who choose to stay home rather than waste time and energy on a church that, in their estimation, no longer represents Christ or has ceased to be relevant in their lives. In her controversial book Quitting Church, Julia Duin documents this ongoing trend in which those who...

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