Exploring the Bible was written by my good friend David Murray. He first released this as a series of Word documents that parents could print at home on their own. I printed those, I put them in binders, gave them to my girls, and my two youngest children. Both of my girls used them and benefited a lot. It helped them build a habit. The book contains a weekly program and over the course of time, it’s going to take your children through the main points of the Bible and through the main stories. There’s a weekly key theme and memory verse. Then there’s six-days-a-week little devotionals to do and blanks to fill in. On Sundays, there is a little sermon outline so they can hear the sermon and fill in some of what they learned. I simply can’t commend this book highly enough as I believe in it a lot and both of my girls benefited tremendously from reading it.
A Small Book About a Big Problem: How many times today have you been irritated? Frustrated? While you might not think about it often, if you look closely at any day most everyone can find anger in their actions and attitudes. Something spills or goes missing, we get stuck in traffic or someone cuts us off on the road, or we feel like the people we live and work with are only making our lives more difficult. And while no one wants to get angry, what happens when our irritations and frustrations rise yet again?