CHILDREN'S CHRISTIAN EDUCATION

MY DEVOTIONS

 

My Devotions now includes:

  • Fun, engaging activities
  • Up-to-date format & look
  • Full Bible text for every devotion
  • Prayer and journal ideas

Packed with all this content, My Devotions provides God’s powerful Word for preteens to use anywhere, anytime. Encourage children to build a habit of daily Bible reading and prayer at home, in the classroom, or on the go!

The September - November issue is available in the narthex and fellowship hall.

KIDS IN THE DIVINE SERVICE

 

“Kids in the Divine Service” is a series of bulletin inserts featuring seasons of the church year — Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Easter and Pentecost. The series also features the liturgy, sanctuary and general information about the Divine Service.

“Impress these words upon your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up” (Deut. 6:7).

The Word of God we receive in the Divine Service goes with us, out into the world and into our everyday callings as parents and children. “Kids in the Divine Service” is written for parents and children to read and talk about together.

Although some of the vocabulary and concepts may be best understood by children 10 years of age and older, there are many parts of “Kids in the Divine Service” which can be understood, experienced and appreciated by younger children.

Whether a child reads or is read to, parents and children are encouraged to work through the bulletin inserts together and answer questions as they arise. Parents will probably learn something, too.

 

MY FIRST CATECHISM
 

Start teaching the faith at home, even to the youngest children with this first stepping stone to young children's faith development. This colorfully illustrated book is a wonderful tool to guide little ones in the faith. 

LUTHER'S SMALL CATECHISM
FOR KIDS

The next stepping stone after My First Catechism, adds colorful icons and illustrations that help early elementary students understand each tenet of the faith. Older elementary students can read and study the concepts from the catechism in language that they understand, without compromising true doctrine.

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