Wake up early to watch the sunrise on Easter morning and have breakfast together on the front porch.
Everyone reads their part before saying dinner prayers.
Themes: Easter; Looking to people and material items to fulfill things that only Jesus was meant to fill; the idea that all we really need is Jesus in our life; Jesus fulfills and completes us & is the only one who can Themes: Father's Day; parenting mistakes; looking towards the future; relationships between children and their fathers; expectations for your children; correcting past mistakes; accepting your children for who they are Themes: Lies vs.
truth; Satan's deceptions; understanding your position in Christ; Jesus' work through us; deceiving spirits; strength in Christ; fighting for faith; standing up for your rights as God's child; victory over Satan Themes: God's peace; the difference God can make in our lives; health & restoration; seeking God; healing from painful experiences; God's protection, love and comfort; God's acceptance of us just as we are Themes: The Obamas meet the Kings, the accomplishments of Martin Luther and Coretta King, how the Kings paved the way for African Americans--including Barack and Michelle Obama, how Martin Luther's dream was fulfilled in Barack Obama, what a conversation between the Obamas and the Kings would be like Themes: Changes in Black history over the years, how far the African American culture has come over the years, the idea that African Americans had very little rights or opportunities many years ago, but now are free to do anything they desire and have many opportunities before them.
It’s filled with meaningful Easter conversation cards and fun activity cards for 14 days of Easter traditions.
We’ve fallen in love with the results and we hope you do too! Free printable pack to make your own resurrection basket!
You could even laminate them and add magnets to the back, so the kids can have fun re-telling the story on the fridge or any magnetic surface. Print them out, cover with clear contact paper, cut them out and glue small pieces of sandpaper or felt on the back of each piece to they will stick to a flannel board.