Introducing our children to Yeshua

If you have a similar backstory to me, you were raised in the church and left the church to keep Torah as an adult. It has been quite a journey, am I right? When we came to the understanding that Torah still applies, it was like a whole new world opened up to us. I […]

Love by the book pt. 1

First Corinthians 13, the love chapter, has been added to wedding programs for decades, but otherwise, we pretty much gloss over it. We don’t glean the tremendous wisdom laid out in this amazing chapter. As I have studied Scripture, I have come to the conclusion that the vast majority of Scripture exists to help us […]

10 ways to love your children

Scripture teaches us to not only love our neighbor, but to love our children. The relationships we build in our home are perhaps the most important ones we will ever build. A child with a secure connection to their parents has a much easier time trusting and obeying them, and by extension, learns to trust […]

Free screentime printable


In our modern techno world, screentime like movies, games, tablets, computer, etc. can seem inevitable. I think the best case scenario would be to eliminate everything, but again, that is probably not realistic for most of us. So, I hope I have found a happy medium. My husband and I were starting to see signs […]

Great Bible passages for reading aloud


Do you ever struggle with what to read with your family during Bible time? Perhaps you just finished a book study or it’s Friday night and you want to share something meaningful with your kids. Bookmark this post and get ready for some classic passages. Exodus 20 The Ten Commandments are our foundation for understanding […]

How not to teach your children the Bible

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This post is written in a satirical style. I am purposely writing the opposite to help you to check yourself for bad habits. We want to teach our children the Bible, but sometimes do not see where we are sabotaging ourselves. So, let’s look at a list of ways to make sure we aren’t teaching […]

Moms, love your children

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Older women likewise are to be reverent in behavior, not slanderers or slaves to much wine. They are to teach what is good, and so train the young women to love their husbands and children.    Titus 2:3-4 Every mom loves their children, right? We look at their adorable angelic faces as they sleep and are […]

The Importance of Family Bible Study

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I would like to speak from my heart today. We have been working really hard to have an evening Bible study time together as a family every night. We have learned a lot about being faithful and consistent, about learning together, and about the Bible. Today I want to share with you some of what […]

Teaching our children to fess up

We recently had a little event that gave ample opportunity to apply Torah principles. One of my children, which asked to remain nameless, broke a drill bit belonging to Doug. She came to me and showed me the broken drill bit, not knowing what to do. She was very sorry, and I saw the opportunity […]

Love your children as yourself


One of Torah’s two guiding principles is loving our neighbor as ourselves. Torah gives us many examples of this, such as respecting property lines and helping someone with a burden. How do we show this love to our children? We need to treat them the same way we would want to be treated in their […]