Fun, faith activities for summer using bubbles, fruit, sky lanterns, stones and sand!
Faith as believing In the book, Children Finding Faith, Francis Bridger says that faith can be seen in four Christ-centred dimensions: believing, trusting, doing and imagination. Having previously explored doing, I’d like to consider what we mean by believing and what we can do in our faith at home to grow our belief. What we […]
What is faith? When asked this, I usually get a variety of answers, including belief, trust and action. I recently asked this on a Facebook Live, and the answers included hope, trust, or belief in someone or something we can’t see or feel. These answers are a lot like Hebrews 11:1: “Faith is confidence in […]
Faith without works is dead. But what does it look like to develop an active faith at home? In the book Children Finding Faith, Francis Bridger suggest that faith is made up of believing, trusting, imagining and action. Each of these develops at different times and in different ways, and is obviously influenced by type […]
I love using the seasons in our faith at home. This is fairly easy in the run up to Christmas and Easter, and in the Autumn we celebrate the Biblical feasts. However, between Pentecost and October, there’s a dearth of significant markers. However, the natural ‘calendar’ is often useful, and in the summer our days […]