Many people find highlighting guides helpful when studying their bibles. Here’s one that I put together, if you are wanting to give a color-coded system a try! Download Here Adjust the scale to make smaller or larger as you prefer. I printed it at a smaller size like in the above picture so that IContinue reading “Bible Highlighting Guide”
I had mentioned on Instagram that I had decided to change my preschool plan on the 3rd week of the school year. Honestly, I’m not the least bit surprised that I did. I hastily threw a plan together for my 4 year old at the last second because I didn’t realize until the week beforeContinue reading “Our Preschool Plan for 2020/21”
Simple but sweet alphabet coloring pages. I’ve been asked about what I am doing for preschool. Blog post coming soon!
Submission. Nothing get feminists angrier than that one word. Like everything else in Scripture, the world is going to hate it because they hate God. The world will continue to tell women that submission is bad and offensive because they despise His creation and order. But, true Christians find delight God’s design. We know thatContinue reading “Submission: God’s Command to Wives”
Another printable for you! Galatians 5:22-23! Enjoy!
I love good bible teaching. One of the things I enjoy most is picking a sermon on YouTube while I’m nursing my sweet babe, or turning one on while I am cooking dinner. Paul Washer’s sermon on Psalm 1 is one of my favorites. There are so many pastors and teachers that I love to readContinue reading “Hey Mama, Read Your Bible”
Need a sweet little activity to help teach your children all about calendars, months, years, etc? I’ve put together a cute little activity just for that!
A simple, but sweet little mat to help your child understand the concept of addition!
Who doesn’t need more bookmarks? If you’re like me and start new books before you finish the one you’re currently reading, you’ll need to find the place where you left off …eventually! Ha!
There’s lots of charts out there for gallon measurements. But they all seem a little over complicated. I created a simpler (in my opinion) one to help your child learn how many cups, pints, and quarts all go into a gallon!