Last Friday, I posted about where I put Scripture so I can easily read it to Jude throughout the day. I definitely don’t forget about our older two children in this endeavor!
In Sunday School last year, Will’s class worked on Scripture memorization. Once the kids recited a memorized verse a certain number of times to their teacher they got a small reward. This fall I decided to do something similar at our house! I’m working on a Scripture memory unit for our kids that takes us through the alphabet with a Bible verse for each letter. It’s a chance for Will and Leah not only to memorize but apply these verses to their lives. Obviously we keep it very simple at this point :)
As we go through this unit, we are “building” a caterpillar, adding one circle or “segment” each time we complete a verse! So far we have A through E. This is on the wall down the hallway to our kids’ room so they can see it as often as they like!
I do post each weekday: devotions, recipes, kids crafts, series that I’m a part of and soon some series that I’m working on myself. And of course there are the occasional Will-isms and Lovely Leah posts for the grandparents and any other interested parties :) I’d love to look at your blogs too!
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