Are you a busy mom or dad wanting to share God with your kids more at home, but have trouble finding the time and aren't really sure where to begin? If you are short on time but feel your child's spiritual growth is vital, then this course is for you! Here's what you will learn in this course:
- The Science of Learning: 3 Major Learning Styles & Why It's Important Kids Have Fun
- The Very First Christmas: Taught to children using play dough. Don't worry! They are guided the entire way. And while your child is learning about God and the spirit of Christmas, you can join in, simply relax, get some work done or even wrap presents!
- Reinforcing the Message: Come back for suggestions to reinforce the spirit of Christmas at home this season
- Mom or Dad of the Year: See how you can continue this method of learning about God all year long! No more feeling guilty. Teach your child about God from anywhere raising our child for Christ, for life!
Courtney Kirk serves as the K-5 Children’s Ministry Coordinator for the Leander Church of Christ in Texas. Married in 1994, she and her husband have four children. They were blessed with two sons and later adopted two little girls from Moldova. They are not so little anymore! Life has been a roller coaster!
She is an author and speaker equipping parents, teachers and ministry leaders of small churches with classroom tools, techniques and an understanding of how kids learn best in order to create an excitement and love for God in them. She shares weekly at RaiseKidsForChrist.com
Frequently Asked Questions
I look forward to sharing my experiences as a mom raising four children to know God. I share what worked for me... and what didn't. One of the most important things is always bringing the focus of the family back to God. During the holidays, it is important to remember Jesus. His birth was important, but even more precious is the eternal gift He gave us. Our children may not fully understand at such a young age, but they get a glimpse through His story that should be built upon for years. Plant lots of seeds so your child will know where to turn to when life gets in the way.