An Easter Finger Puzzle: A fun way to teach children some key facts about the Last Supper, Good Friday, and Resurrection Sunday.
The Charlie Brown Thanksgiving is about the Peanuts gang preparing to celebrate Thanksgiving. How well do you know the story?
Perhaps there’s not an opportunity to speak up, or the circumstances would make it difficult. Then preach the gospel without words: LEAVE A TRACT – Tracts work
SHARE THE COLORS OF SALVATION WITH A CHILD! Or, take a minute today and remember the simplicity of the message of saving grace by which God saved your soul.
See if you can answer our Fathers in the Bible trivia questions. Fun for all ages. Use the trivia to open a conversation and then turn the conversation to a witnessing opportunity.
The blind leading the blind is a common, everyday saying. But from where did it originate? It’s from the Bible! Who said that?
Schroeder plays a simple piano rendition of “Jesus Loves Me.” Watch Lucy’s response.
This beautiful song by Charles Wesley (1739) has, for centuries, sung the praises of our risen Saviour and touched the hearts of many (including Linus and Lucy)
Have a little fun with some funny bunny and Easter jokes!
From the book, Who Said That? by Shari Abbott, Reasons for Hope* Jesus There are so many pithy (concise and forcefully expressive) sayings that are used in everyday conversation. Most of us use them, but most of us have no idea of the source from where they...