Tag: children

Light versus Darkness

Everyone understands the difference between light and dark. They are opposites. In one, you can see clearly, in the other you cannot. In the darkness, much can be hidden and unseen. Sometimes we think of the scary things – seen or unseen – in the darkness. See what King Solomon […]

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Jesus, the Light of the World

Does the world seem like it is a very dark place anymore? There is so much unrest and wickedness in the world today, it feels as if there is little hope for a peaceful future. Much of the evil persists in the darkest of the day, under the cover of […]

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Keep Your Heart

The following definitions might help you understand this verse a little better: keep:  guard; protect; preserve heart:  the center; the totality of man’s inner nature; the place where wisdom and understanding reside There is so much going on in the world today – good and evil. With all the many […]

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Why Teach This to Children?

This study was developed to teach children that the Bible is not just a bunch of random stories. The idea was to help them understand that the events in the Bible are interconnected, all with a purpose.  When man sinned in the garden and broke the relationship between God and […]

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Why This Study?

From a friend and Sunday School teacher about The Biblical Path of Life: I was searching for a church home. Day 1 at Rehoboth Baptist Church the Sunday School teacher was teaching Isaiah, overview style. I fell in love with the Sunday school Bible study (The Biblical Path of Life). […]

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Why another Bible Study?

After attending a children’s Sunday School Leaders conference with my pastor (who is also my dad) many years ago, we were both very disappointed and discouraged by the substance of the materials that would be available to teach our children in Sunday school. We saw that the importance was no […]

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