If your kids struggle with being bossy, speaking harshly, being unkind to their siblings or just simply having self-control over their speech, I want to introduce you to a brand new resource that will help you as parents teach your kids what the Bible has to say about “minding our mouths” and “taming the tongue”!
This study contains 10 lessons that dig deep into the Scriptures so kids can see how God’s Word address how we speak and are called to live peacefully with others as well as how big of an impact what we say has on our relationships and our Christian walk!
It’s called Minding Your Mouth: A Biblical Study on Taming the Tongue.
Taming the tongue is the practice of gaining self-control over our words and pattern of speaking!
By being mindful of God’s Word on this matter, and by His strength, your children can learn and grow in maturity in this area of Christian life and be reminded of His truths so they can use what they say for the good of others and of the kingdom of God!
Minding Your Mouth: A Biblical Study on Taming the Tongue is a study geared toward kids ages 3 and up that can be done with parents or for older kids, on their own!
Here’s what is contained in the study:
▪ 10 devotions on what the Bible teaches us about taming the tongue and speaking well, with corresponding activity suggestions
▪ Coloring pages with Bible verses
▪ Scripture copywork for each of the 10 verses
▪ Printable Scripture verse cards
Plus a bonus Scripture art print for your home!
Great for whole families and especially created with kids between ages 3-12 in mind, this study will guide you through talking with your kids about 10 verses of Scripture that address the impact of our thoughts and words and Biblical applications from these verses that can be used in everyday life.
Would you like to see a sample devotional before you buy? Click here to check it out!
Minding Your Mouth is available for $7.99 in my shop!
I hope that your family will truly benefit from what the Bible teaches us on this most important matter of speaking well and minding our mouths. Feel free to comment with any questions! Blessings to you!