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January 6, 2009

Hello – Is there anybody out there (there… there…)?

Hello? Is there anybody out there?

I’d love to provide you with the support you need to effectively share the Bible with your children. But you guys are really quiet – I mean painstakingly quiet…

Can you tell me the type of resources you need?

You can click the comments button below – or if you feel more comfortable with email, you can send me an email at news @ teachkidsthebible.com

Increasing in Him,
Chanda

Topics: Bible Activities | 9 Comments »

9 Responses to “Hello – Is there anybody out there (there… there…)?”

  1. amanda Says:
    January 23rd, 2009 at 10:43 am

    Hi am a sunday school teacher and an english shool teacher at a remote area in a place called hatciffle and i really need your help to help me help these less previledged chrildren. I help in my mum and dads ministry call Christ Like Ministries in Zimbabwe so i would really like you to send me email on any suff to teach it would really go a long away or any activities for me to do with the children . Thank you so much and God bless Amanda Peters Zimbabwe harare..

  2. Jennifer Says:
    March 21st, 2009 at 11:31 am

    Hi Chanda ~ I’m with you on wondering if anyone is out there!! Lots of people visit my blog…but very few leave comments.

    I am trying to teach my children about biblical fasting and have great adult resources…but not much out there on how to teach children to.

    If you run across anything good…it would be a blessing to anyone trying to teach biblical fasting!

    Great site! I will be back!
    Blessings ~ Jennifer

  3. Melissa Says:
    April 8th, 2009 at 4:50 pm

    Just found your site after reading about the resurrection eggs. I had not ever heard of those and love the idea! Great resources, thanks! I’ll definitely be back.

  4. Ivette Agrispin Says:
    November 22nd, 2009 at 2:04 pm

    Good Morning Chanda – I woke up at 4 this morning and believe the Lord led me to you. I began by downloading the bible onto my new ipod to study while at work, and then began looking for resorces for my 4 yr old little boy, Michaelangelo. Believe me – this is definitely NOT typical behavior for me!! lol I tried to sign up to your newsletter but there was an error message. I hope this doesnt mean you’re thinking of giving up on the website – I truly feel blessed to have found this resource.

  5. Will Says:
    July 18th, 2010 at 8:08 pm

    In case anyone out there needs additional materials for teaching God’s word to kids, we have a website that make be of use. We’re illustrating all of the bible’s stories in a way that kids can enjoy and understand. We’re also doing a “comic-book” style version of the bible.

    Hope you find something useful on http://www.jesusandkidz.com

  6. Melissa Says:
    November 7th, 2010 at 1:38 pm

    I tried to sign up for your emails but always get an error page to come up. Love your site!!!

  7. Charles Says:
    January 15th, 2011 at 4:12 pm

    I’m all for kids reading the Bible, but the really astute ones will notice lots of contradictions. What is the best way to teach children how to think about all these in the Bible? At what age should one start to do this?

    Among the simpler, more obvious ones that kids will notice, I’m thinking of things like the Old Testament prophecy that the messiah will be named Emmanuel when Jesus is nowhere called Emmanuel? Was the prophecy wrong? Or what?

    Or in Exodus where in one place it says that God wrote the Ten Commandments into the stones Moses carried and in another place, just a few lines down, it says Moses wrote them down. Can’t be both, obviously.

    Bright kids notice these contradictions and, as you surely have noticed find them troubling, especially if they think adults expect them to believe the Bible is always right.

    Or even such a simple matter as how many animals of each kind Noah took onto the ark. In one place it says two of each kind, clean and unclean (Gen. 7), but a few lines down it says Noah was to take seven pairs of clean animals but only one pair of unclean animals.

    You get my point. Unless we can make these blatant contradictions understandable, we’ll never be able to teach the conflict between salvation by grace or by good works.

  8. lisa Says:
    February 6th, 2012 at 5:06 pm

    hello,
    just found your site through a podcast search on itunes..
    wondering if you ever did a podcast , cuz I can’t seem to find one.
    I am a mom, grandmom & homeschool mom.
    plus a youth teacher of 5-6 yr olds : 15 of them to exact !LOL..I have to say ,Lord, have mercy !

    lisa

  9. willetta Says:
    March 4th, 2013 at 10:30 pm

    Hi, Chandra, Just came across your site and it looks interesting. I just started with WordPress. I had three sites and lost them all from the carriers in the sky going bankrupt without notice. Now a year or so later I’m trying to once again build my site. I’d like to encourage you to keep up the good work. We need dedicated Moms and Dads!!
    We raised 6 of our own and it is a tough job!

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