• Nearly two dozen family activities based on classic hymns of the Christian faith. Paul tells us, “Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God.” Colossians 3:16
  • Join us for this 12 session study, led by Family Time Training founder, Kirk Weaver, that will encourage and equip parents (and other adults) to teach the Truth of the Bible to their children AT HOME using fun and effective Family Time activities.
  • Receive a special code to transfer this purchase as a credit to begin a one-year family Total Access membership!
  • This book will take the pieces of God's story and pull them together to give the full picture of what God has done and what he is doing with his people.
  • For guys and parents! Let Tim Smith - dad, husband, and pastor - help.
  • Go from just reading the Bible with your kids to experiencing it! My First Hands-On Bible does what no other Bible can - it brings the Bible to life with fun activities and games that tie directly to the Bible stories.
  • Ever wonder how to teach kids about modesty without preaching at them? Lesson 2 takes this biblical concept and opens up dialogue in some fun ways.
  • “Prepare” includes 7 Family Time activities that can be used weekly or daily to grow to know Christ more and to consider how the rhythms of the Christian calendar can help align your heart with God’s ways and God’s Truth for the sake of bringing salvation to both your children and the lost and dying world around you. Activity themes include: The temptation of Jesus in the wilderness Jesus as the Light of the World Jesus as Living Water The Last Supper and  Resurrection Day
  • The Bible teaches us to be kind to those who are different, but we also need to stay away from some differences.
  • It's time to show your kids the truths you want them to understand. Object lessons and science experiments help children learn about God's promises, the Holy Spirit, and even how sin can entrap us.

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