Parents, today your child heard a story about Elisha. A woman asked Elisha for help because she was about to lose her sons to her creditors. Elisha told her what to do, and God provided for the woman’s needs through her obedience. How does your family obey God?
Here are some awesome ideas for “Thanks-Filled Activities for Thanksgiving” by Rebecca Sahr. Let us know which ones your kiddos liked best! http://www.lifeway.com/Article/Thanksgiving-family-kids-parenting-Thanks-filled-activities
We’d love to see your little ones reciting their Unit Verse!
Take it Further: Check out the “Elisha and the Widow” section of the Bible Studies For Life: Kids Family App. Using games and activities, this FREE app allows your child to learn even more about each lesson.
During the Thanksgiving season, our thoughts rightfully turn to the things for which we can thank God. But what about those areas of life where thanksgiving is hard? Hannah was a woman who did not resign herself to the hardship she faced. She was despondent, but she sought God’s help and trusted Him with the answer.
We finish this week’s Daily Bible Reading, found on the One Conversation™ Page, in the Psalms. Do you cry out to the Lord and desire to follow Him with the same intensity? Don’t let anything hold you back!