Category Archives: Bible and Art Club

What is a yoke? a Bible and Art Club story

This year I am going through the book of Matthew with my Bible and Art Club students.  You may remember that I started the club up last March at the school I used to teach at before Eliana came.  I … Continue reading

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Abraham put Jesus in Mary’s stomace

Yep, that is what I read today.  I had my sixteen Bible and Art Club students write down one thing they learned yesterday.  I chuckled when I read this sentence.  The good thing about the journals is that I read … Continue reading

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Missing Teaching, but Blessed to be Home

As many are gearing up for going back to school, I’ve been asked if I miss teaching.  Without hesitating I honestly answer that I do miss teaching.  Knowing that my former coworkers went back to school this week was a … Continue reading

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Bibles for the Bible and Art Club

I remember during an April lesson asking my students how many of them had Bibles.  Most of my students didn’t.  I thought, “How are my students supposed to learn more about God’s Word if they don’t even have access to … Continue reading

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Creation Story Circles

While reading Genesis 1, I had students stop and think about what colors could represent each day.  For example, black and white might represent darkness and light in day one.  We then traced seven circles to represent each day.  Then … Continue reading

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