Bible Curricula?

by Christine

We've tried "Bible curricula" in the past, and they always hit a roadblock. They seemed to lack "life" to us, and my guys just finally asked me, "Mom, can't we just read the Bible?"

What a concept? Read the Bible for Bible?

YES!!

So, that's what we do now...we read a chapter of the Bible and then we actually read the correlating passage from What The Bible Is All About by Henrietta Mears. Her commentary is beautiful and insightful, and it has sparked lovely discussions and real life applications for our family.

We all look forward to studying the Bible now... curriculum- and stress-free.

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