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Romans Study For Kids (Romans 13:1-14)

    Today we will begin digging into Romans 13. In Romans 12 we were taught how we should respond to other Christians and also how we are to respond to those who are not Christians, even those who are mean to us just because we believe in Jesus.  Now as we begin Romans 13

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Romans Study For Kids (PDF Download)

Here are the downloadable pdf files for the Romans Study For Kids Part One, Two, Three, and Four. These cover Romans 1 – 11. I will upload Romans Study For Kids Part Five, which will cover Romans 12-16, as soon as it is completed. Please excuse any typo’s and/or misspelled words. I honestly have not

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Romans Study For Kids (Romans 12:9-21)

We are continuing our study in Romans as we dig into Romans 12:9-21… remember this study is meant to be used with the NASB translation.   Read Romans 12:9. What does this verse want our love to be without.  __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ The word hypocrisy comes from the Greek

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Romans Study For Kids (Romans 12:3-8)

Today in our Romans Study for Kids we will be digging into Romans 12:3-8… Remember this study is meant to go along with the NASB translation.   Read Romans 12:3 and answer the following questions. What does Paul say to us who are believers in Jesus?  not to __ __ __ __ __ more __

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Praying for Our Children (Where is Pinky)

We have come to the end of our Thumbkin song. In the last post we talked about Mr Ring Man and today we are singing… Where is Pinky? Where is Pinky? This is our last finger of prayer. When you think of the pinky finger what comes to your mind? Yep! Pinky promises! The pinky promise is the promise

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Praying for Our Children (Where is Ring Man)

Where is Ring Man? Where is Ring Man? Here I am. Here I am. How are you today sir? Very well I thank you. Run away. Run away. Well, here we are. We found Ring Man. So far we have looked at Thumbkin, Pointer, and Tall Man as we have used our hands to give us an outline to help

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Praying for Our Children (Where is Tall Man)

We are still singing our Thumbkin song… well I am anyway… not sure how many of you are still here with me Yesterday we looked at how Mr Pointer can remind us to pray that God would give our children ears and hearts that listen to His Word. We also saw how important it is that

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Praying For Our Children (Where is Pointer)

The Spirit and the bride say, “Come.” And let the one who hears say, “Come.” Revelation 22:17 In my previous post, Praying for Our Children we found Thumbkin and we ended our prayer outline with asking, “Where is Pointer?“ Hold your hand up and take a look at that there Pointer. Now I don’t know about you, but for some reason something within me

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Praying For Our Children

For this boy I prayed, and theLord has given me my petition which I asked of Him. So I have also dedicated him to the Lord; as long as he lives he is dedicated to the Lord.” And he worshiped the Lord there. 1 Samuel 1:27-28 So after digging a little into the context of 1 Samuel and looking at the value of children

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How’s It Going With That Teen?

The last post I shared from the National Center For Biblical Parenting was about the book I was reading from the parenting shifts series, Cultivating Responsibility which is written to aid parents in biblically parenting children 9 to 12 years old. Awesome book. Listen, let me get real with you for a moment… even if you don’t

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