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Lessons From Aaron’s Life

How Would You Feel? Items Needed: Paper, writing utensil Write each of the following instructions on a piece of paper: Ask Mom or Dad a question. Tell Mom or Dad about your day. Go sit by Mom or Dad. Tell Mom or Dad about your favorite activity. Allow each child to...

The Purpose of the Law

Which Way Should We Go? Items Needed: Vehicle, GPS Gather everyone for a short drive. Put in a destination (ice cream shop, park, etc.) in the GPS. Inform your family of your destination by saying, “Let’s go to the __.” However, instead of following the directions on...

Everyday Christian Living

Rules are Good! Play a familiar game and announce there are no rules. Each person can do what they want on their turn. (You could also play an outside game such a kickball or baseball.) After a few minutes of confusing play (and before the fights start), sit down and...

Wait in Faithfulness

Surprise! Share several situations with your child and ask them if they can figure out how these situations are the same. For example: a robbery, a car wreck, a toothache, a stomach bug, etc. After allowing time for your child to guess the similarity, tell them these...

Walk in Purity

Shhh! Can you hear it? Items Needed: Writing utensil, slips of paper, basket or bag Play a game to introduce the idea of listening to and walking in truth. Write one instruction for each family member on a slip of paper and put them in a basket or bag. Ideas for...