Please don't turn this into a bash post, I'm looking for advise not anything else. My child has never been to church and also does not know the Bible. I grew up with church and loved it but my DH did not so when we married, I stopped attending. I would really like for my child to know what faith is all about but its been so long since I've attended or even practiced religion that I dont know where to start. DH is fine with this and even wants to learn himself now. I do have a Bible but Bibles can be difficult to read and understand and I feel something a little simpler which still tells the story of God might be a little better. I am in the process of looking for a church as well but want to help my child learn a little before we go so he doesnt feel behind. Any advise?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 7:41 AM on May. 10, 2010 in Religion & Beliefs
Answer by ZaraN at 7:54 AM on May. 10, 2010
We use Faith First. We have books for my kids grades and then we use the website for additional information. We Catholic, I don't know what religion you are, but I'm sure there are similar sources for other denominations
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Answer by Anonymous at 10:44 AM on May. 10, 2010
Snip & Tell Bible Stories is a cute book you might find helpful. I've used it both at home and in help emphasizing a lessons in Sunday School.
Because we are Catholic, I also use The Big Book of Catholic Customs and Traditions, and no matter which Christian denomination you might want a Home Rules plaque to display in a prominant place because it references the Bible.
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