Elementary

  • Applying the Ten Commandments: The First Table

    Applying the Ten Commandments: The First Table

    The Ten Commandments were given to us by God and recorded for us in Exodus 20. Martin Luther wrote explanations to those commandments that have been so helpful that many still work to...

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  • March 2021 Everyday Faith Calendar

    March 2021 Everyday Faith Calendar

    Recently, on social media, I have engaged in a weekly conversation about worshipping with little people. On Sundays I share what my family and I are up to as we go throughout our...

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  • God’s Law Is Good

    God’s Law Is Good

    Red Light, Green Light! It’s a classic children’s game right up there with Duck, Duck, Goose (or dare I say… Duck, Duck, Gray Duck?) and Red Rover, Red Rover. It’s amazing what fun can...

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  • Celebrating Black History Month in a Christian Classroom

    Celebrating Black History Month in a Christian Classroom

    A year of changes brings a year of adaptations. How blessed we are to serve our God, who is unchanged in His love, care, and provision for us. He even provides ways for us to spread His...

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  • February 2021 Everyday Faith Calendar

    February 2021 Everyday Faith Calendar

    There are plenty of times while raising a child that, as the parent, you have control over the choices being made. One area where this does not apply is the day that your child is old...

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  • Teaching the Twelve Apostles: James the Lesser

    Teaching the Twelve Apostles: James the Lesser

    In the final blog regarding Jesus’ twelve apostles, we finish with James the son of Alphaeus. Scholars often refer to this student of Jesus as “the Lesser,” in relation to James, one of...

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  • January 2021 Everyday Faith Calendar

    January 2021 Everyday Faith Calendar

    In our house, we have two little people, and they seem to be constantly going through growth spurts. Lately, my four-year-old has started using his growing as an opportunity to always...

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  • The Happiest Search | Children’s Christmas Bible Story Book Read Aloud by Ken Ohlemeyer4:37

    The Happiest Search | Children’s Christmas Bible Story Book Read Aloud by Ken Ohlemeyer

    This Christmas, settle in with your children and cozy up with The Happiest Search, an Arch® Book Bible story read aloud by Ken Ohlemeyer. The Happiest Search, based on Scripture from Matthew 2:1-11 an

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  • Christmas Service Projects for Families

    Christmas Service Projects for Families

    It’s no surprise that Christmas is going to look different this year. Many of us won’t be having our usual big family celebrations or attending our typically packed Christmas services....

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  • December 2020 Everyday Faith Calendar

    December 2020 Everyday Faith Calendar

    Over the course of this year, I have had countless conversations that ended with lamenting the difficulties this year has held. When something difficult happens, it has been easy to...

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  • Product Overview of Family Time | Devotions for Families2:45

    Product Overview of Family Time | Devotions for Families

    Welcome to the first episode of our new product overview series! We're staring with "Family Time: A Collection of 98 Bible Stories and Devotions." Center your family or classroom on Jesus with a devot

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  • Teaching the Twelve Apostles: Simon the Zealot

    Teaching the Twelve Apostles: Simon the Zealot

    The Gospels reveal little regarding Simon the Zealot. It is important to distinguish Simon the Zealot from Simon Peter. As “Simon” was a common name in Jesus’ context, it is not...

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  • November 2020 Everyday Faith Calendar

    November 2020 Everyday Faith Calendar

    “How are you?” I rarely ask that question in a conversation without receiving a response along the lines of “fine” or “doing good” or “so busy these days.” Rarely does someone respond...

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  • Teaching the Twelve Apostles: Thaddaeus

    Teaching the Twelve Apostles: Thaddaeus

    Compared to others like Peter or Judas, we read little of this apostle. Therefore, this month I’ll present Thaddaeus related to his context. There is much we can learn from the events...

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  • October 2020 Everyday Faith Calendar

    October 2020 Everyday Faith Calendar

    Lawyer: “Teacher, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?” Jesus: “What is written in the Law? How do you read it?” Lawyer: “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and...

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  • Teaching the Twelve Apostles: Bartholomew

    Teaching the Twelve Apostles: Bartholomew

    There is relatively little we know for certain regarding Bartholomew, other than his inclusion with the list of the twelve disciples. His name is the combination of two Hebrew words,...

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  • September 2020 Everyday Faith Calendar

    September 2020 Everyday Faith Calendar

    My social media feeds have been filled with school-related posts for the better part of this year. When the statewide shut-downs first occurred because of the pandemic, many posted...

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  • A New Kind of Sunday School

    A New Kind of Sunday School

    Excitement is in the air. You can feel the anticipation of kids getting ready for school, the sigh of relief from parents that they may get a small break now, and the flutter of...

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  • Anxiety and the Pandemic: Help Students Cope as They Return to Classrooms

    Anxiety and the Pandemic: Help Students Cope as They Return to Classrooms

    “Mommy, I can’t sleep. Can I come and snuggle in your bed?” Anyone experiencing this question these days? Are your children experiencing bad dreams? eating disorders? emotional...

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  • Using a Children’s Hymnal at Home, Church, and School

    Using a Children’s Hymnal at Home, Church, and School

    What’s the very first thing you do when you get to church on Sunday morning? With social distancing it might look a bit different right now, but do you usually greet the people around...

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