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Many parents today are wondering if there is value in raising children as part of a church community. This download looks at an article called “15 Reasons Why Raising Your Child with Religion Just Makes Sense“, and expands the list of reasons to include benefits that children would receive by being part of a church community.
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Virtues are the latest set of resources that can be used for teaching children history. It is a combination of biblical principles based on Scripture, stories from our American Revolution and from Florida’s history. There are ideas for field trips and experiences to make the lessons more interesting. The resources themselves represent a useful template that can be applied to educating youth in God’s world around them. We call this new area “One Nation Under God.”
On Lostpine, you will find 62 Bible Studies that came from our first series Studies. These were excerpts from a prescribed program done in early 2000. Our last series, Snapshots has just been ended. It had a 15 year run. There you will find 448 studies including a Biblical Directory to help you find what you are looking for. Snapshots were based on the Common Lectionary. Now, we are launching a new study series called Shadows. Shadows will look at those stories in our Bible that may not make the mainstream pulpits. It lets us explore those areas of Scripture that answer our curiosity as to “Why?” Shadows publishes each Friday.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services provides a study guide for those wishing to become U.S. citizens. Can you pass the test? Feel free to take a quiz based on their recommended study questions. We don’t need to know who you are, all quiz scores are anonymous.
Civics (History and Government) Questions for the Naturalization Test
Activities have been steady for years. Here are the last couple of events in photos added to the galleries. Fort Foster and St Augustine in the new location, the Colonial Quarter museum.
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