New Children’s Bible Lesson: Do Not Lie!

By popular demand, The Beach Girls are back!  

Our first video Hadara and I created with the Beach Girls is our top video for teaching children the Bible.   I have to give credit to my daughter Hadara for this cute little series she began.  It all started with her sweet BIG imagination on a homeschool afternoon and a desire to teach kids about God’s Ten Commandments.  


The first video, Thou Shall Not Steal has blessed many children and has helped as a resource  to many of you.  You have told me you’ve used this in your homeschool and even in your children’s church ministry.  Hadara is so blessed because she began this video series to make sure that other children learn Bible truths in a fun and easy way.  
Today’s lesson is about the 9th Commandment, “Thou Shall Not Lie“.  In this adventure, we celebrate Stacey’s birthday along with learning a valuable lesson on telling the truth.  

Beach Girls Episode 2: Thou Shall Not Lie
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Here’s also a FREE Bible Lesson and FREE Mini Booklet to use with the video from Church House Collection Blog.   They have so many Bible lesson resources for children and they are free!  

Thank you for watching today’s video!  

How do you teach your children about telling the truth?  
Share in the comments below.  


Blessings and Shalom, 




 

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God’s Little Princess Devotional {Teaching Our Daughters to be Thankful}

Do you know how important it is to teach your daughters about God and His Word?  Studying the Bible together with your daughter is critical for her walk with the Lord.  She is so small and tender.  This world can show itself to be very cruel at an early age, unfortunately that’s life.  Yet, how we teach our daughters to respond to the world is based on their knowledge of the Bible.  


Our little girls bloom into young women so quickly these days.  As Moms, we have the privelidge and honor to help keep the little in our little girls.  God entrusts us to teach them how to be Godly women.  It starts when they are young.  

It’s also important for women, to learn at an early age, how much we are loved by our Father God.  He is our King and as daughters of the King, we are His Princess.  More than that . . . we are His special Princess Bride.  


In September, some of you joined me as we studied a devotional series entitled, The Princess Bride Bible Study.  I felt the Lord wanted me to share this timely message and it was such a blessing.  I have more videos coming in this series, so don’t worry, there’s more!  Many of you expressed to me how blessed you were because of the study.  I give God all the glory.  


Some of you also asked if there was something to help you teach your daughters about being God’s little Princess.  The good news is, my daughter and I have been working hard to create a devotional video series just for little girls!  


When Hadara was six years old, Ruben and I gave her a special gift.  A book called, God’s Little Princess Devotional Bible.   Hadara and I used this book during our mother daughter time for devotional before she went to bed and sometimes during breakfast.   Hadara loved these lessons and fun activities so much, she wanted to share them with other girls.  The short videos  are based on lessons from the book with a little of our own creativity.  🙂 My daughter Hadara desires to help other little girls know the truth about God and His Word.  She’s inviting young girls every where to join her in a ever growing community to Bloom for the King!  

Who will benefit from these videos? 


All young girls!  Your daughters, nieces, cousins!  


Today, I’m so excited to announce the debut of Hadara’s very first devotional video, A Princess is Thankful.  November is a great month to learn about having a grateful heart.   


We invite you and your daughter to watch together! 


We also created a FREE Printable  just for your little Princess, that goes along with the devotional today.  Complete with a memory verse, writing activity and crown craft!  
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We pray this devotional be a special time for you and your daughter/s to study the Word of God together and get your Princess on!  Be sure to subscribe to our You Tube channel for more encouraging weekly videos.  



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How a Prayer Box Can Inspire Your Children to Pray!

Happy Wednesday!  It’s a beautiful day to pray for our children.  


Our 31 Days of Praying for our Child challenge is coming to a end, but that doesn’t mean we stop praying.  

September is a great time to teach our children how to pray and to make family devotional time a priority.  I’m amazed by how sweet the little children are when they pray, yet their prayers are so powerful.  Our babies need to know the authority they have to pray for others and situations in Jesus Name.   Especially at this time right now, it is critical they learn how to talk to the Lord and pray for others. 

I started a new teaching series with my Bible class students for our home fellowship just a week ago.   One of the topics we are covering includes prayer.  As a way to teach the children about prayer, we use a prayer box.    I’m also are using this during homeschool Bible time with little Princess. 

I recently posted about the prayer box I created on Instagram and many of you wanted to know more about it. 

By the way, are you following me on Instagram?  

I just jumped on the Instagram band wagon, so I am just beginning to post pics and learn how to share on this social media platform.    Go figure. 

You can follow me here and I’ll follow you back.  🙂
So to make a long story short. . . Princess and I made a video just for you to tell you how we use the prayer box and how you can too.  
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 Inspire your children to pray today!  

Blessings and Shalom,



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Bible Lesson For Kids: You Shall Not Steal


Back in November, we had fun making a cool lesson for the kiddies in our home kids church and my lovely daughter helped with the lesson.  I’m just finding time to share it with you all. 

Princess came up with a marvelous idea to use her Barbie dolls to teach a lesson about the 8th commandment, “you shall not steal”.  She has been very handy with creating videos lately using her dolls and toys.  So, when she came up with this idea, I couldn’t wait!  Remember we are so much a “hands on” homeschool family.


I filmed and edited the video while Princess did everything else.  She created the storyline and acted it out in one take.  

We are sharing the lesson and Beach Girls video with you to teach to your little ones.


Thou Shall Not Steal

I used this Free Lesson: You Shall Not Steal.  I really liked how it engaged the kids and kept their attention.  Our Bible verse of the day was Exodus 20:15 “You Shall Not Steal”.  


We watched the video bible lesson that little Princess (my daughter) created.  

Laughs all the way!  The kids loved it!


Then, the kids colored and worked on the Free Thou Shall Not Steal Toilet Paper Roll craft from Church House Collection



Overall, we had fun and the kids were impressed with the Beach Girls Episode.
I hope this helps you with teaching whether you are teaching about the 10 commandments or a topical study.  

What did you think about the video?  Did your kids watch it?

Any other ideas you have about teaching the 10 commandments are welcome!

Blessings and Shalom,



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Free Thanksgiving Bible Lesson Pack

Happy November!  
I’ve been working on finishing up my new Thanksgiving pack for the kiddies.  I’m so excited to finally have my first pack completed for Little Pink Casa!  Just in time for this weekend’s bible lesson. 

As always it is free like all my Homeschool printable downloads.  My Thanksgiving Bible Lesson Pack is great for primary ages and it’s fun!  Plus, it has a Bible lesson for Thanksgiving.  Your children will learn how to be thankful and why we thank God for everything!  


The FREE Thanksgiving Bible Lesson Pack includes: 


Thanksgiving Bible Lesson Plan

Thanksgiving Prayer Color sheet
Thanksgiving Pop-up Card 
Pilgrim Color sheets
I am Thankful Turkey Writing Page
Pilgrim and Native American Puppets on a Stick 
(These are perfect for telling the story of the first Thanksgiving.) 

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Here’s another Thanksgiving Bible lesson for little girls that my daughter created!    Yours also FREE when you subscribe.   

 

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Are you ready for Thanksgiving yet?  
I got half of my grocery list done, but I still need to buy Mr. Tom. 🙂

Do you have a special dish you love to prepare for the family? 

I like to make my yummy marshmallow sweet potatoes which is always a favorite with my family. 

Has anyone ever made that famous fried onion green casserole?  

I am going to try making this for the first time this Thanksgiving.  It seems pretty simple, but if you have any tips or how to spice it up, I’d love them! 

Blessings and Shalom, 

 

Fruit of the Spirit Kid’s Lesson-Free Printable



Happy Monday! 

Lately, in our home church Bible time, we’ve been learning about Galatians 5: 22-23 on the fruits of the Spirit.  The kids have been having a ball and I can see their growth.  I have 5 kids in our class ages 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 and they are all cousins.  So this really works great for all primary ages.  Do you want a fun free lesson and free printable for your kiddies?
Here ya go! 

For the lesson I used this great lesson from Free Children’s Bible Lessons.blogspot.com

Free Lesson-Filled up with Righteousness 

Next, the children worked on this Free printable I created about being filled up with the fruits of the Spirit.  The children color themselves the way they look that day and then cut out and paste the fruits all over their picture.  The kids had fun with this! 

Then, the children finished up their Fruits of the Spirit Mini book that they had started last week.   This FREE printable comes from Christian Preschool Printables which has many free Bible resources.  

The kids couldn’t wait to tape them to the kitchen pantry doors!  



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Hope you have as much fun as we did learning about the fruits of the Spirit.  

Have a beautiful week!
Blessings and Shalom, 



Celebrating Sukkot With Your Children

Keep your face to the sunshine
and you cannot see the shadow.
It’s what sunflowers do.”
by Helen Keller

Feast of Tabernacles

This week our family prepared for and celebrated a special time called the Feast of Tabernacles or Sukkot.  It’s a joyful feast that begins four days after Yom Kippur and that lasts eight days. God told the Jewish people to live in booths for seven days each year, starting on 15 Tishri (September-October) to remember that the Lord brought us out of Egypt.  This holiday is like our harvest festival and we also thank God for the good harvest and all the good things he has provided.  God takes care of His people.  We should thank Him for what He gives us.  Psalm 118:29 says, “Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good”.

The booth we build is called a sukkah.  It is a temporary structure built of wood and canvas to represent the booths the Israelites lived in during the forty years of wilderness wanderings on their journey from Egypt to the promised land of Israel.  This year, we used our patio and decorated it with autumn leaves, apples, and grapes that hung from the ceiling.  Princess colored and made her own decorations and we hung them on some lace across the patio.  We invited our family over and ate dinner outside in our sukkah while looking up at the stars.  We taught our family about the holiday and how important it is for Believers in Jesus to understand what Sukkot means for us too.

Sukkot also teaches a lot about the Messiah Jesus.  The prophet Zechariah pointed to the day when the Messiah will dwell (same root word as tabernacle or sukkah) on the earth and all the people of the earth and all the people will know Him.  In the Messianic kingdom, the feast of Sukkot will be an important holiday on which to worship God (Zechariah 14:16-19).

How exciting!  I can’t wait!  Come Lord Jesus come!


Even on the last day of Sukkot which is called Hoshannah Rabbah, Jesus said of himself, “I am the light of the world” and “If anyone is thirsty, let him come to me and drink.  Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, streams of living water will flow from within him” (John 8:12; 7:37-38). Taken from the Complete Jewish Bible by David H. Stern. Copyright © 1998. All rights reserved. Used by permission of Messianic Jewish Publishers, 6120 Day Long Lane, Clarksville, MD 21029. www.messianicjewish.net.


Celebrations of the Bible
A Messianic Children`s Curriculum
I’d like to share with you where we got our lessons. We use a great curriculum that teaches all of the feasts of the Lord.  It is so easy to follow, simple and gives everything you need for each lesson-primary, junior and for a chidren’s worship of mixed ages.  Plus it’s affordable.  
Click here to find out more!  

I challenge you if you have never studied the Jewish roots of the Christian faith in your homeschool, to do it!  There is so much more for us to learn!  

How are you celebrating the beginning of Autumn with your family?  

Do you also celebrate Sukkot?   I’d love to hear from you! 


Blessings and Shalom,


Teaching The Bible to Kids {Free Bible Lesson Plan}

Bible Lesson Plan

Homeschooling can be the greatest time to learn the Bible together.  This is our most favorite subject in our homeschool day!  Teaching the Bible can be overwhelming because you really have so much you can dive into and learn. 

I find that if I have a simple guide, then I can organize my thoughts and focus on what we really want to get out of the bible story, verse, etc. . . 

For me, I decided to make a simple lesson plan for Bible and it has helped me as a basic guideline. 

I am sharing this with you as a FREE PRINTABLE to help you get started! 

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Whether you use a Bible curriculum or not, this Bible lesson plan is a great resource for home or church.  I love how we can share what we use and help each other and do it all on a budget right? 

It’s the B-I-B-L-E, that’s the book for me!  I stand alone on the Word of God! 
The B-I-B-L-E!! 
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Did this printable help you?  Please feel free to share with others and pin it! I want to hear how you teach the BIBLE to your kiddies?  One day at a time we keep running the race, press on Moms! 

Blessings and Shalom,