in a journey through our day.
What do you do after you finish learning time?
Usually, we have some fruit and a drink for morning tea and read the chapter of proverbs that corrosponds to the date.
I find a bit of fruit and something to drink mid morning goes a long way to keeping little ones hydrated and less cranky!
Proverbs is a "how to" book for living life and has a handy 31 chapters that matches up with the dates quite nicely.
You'd be amazed the conversation that starts when reading proverbs with little ones.
You'd be amazed how much MUMMY learns about life from reading proverbs!
I want to establish and maintain a habit of opening the Bible every day for myself and for each member of the family.
Reading the Bible together means we come accross all sorts of words and concepts that need discussing and learning. We don't try and learn EVERYTHING each chapter has to offer every day, we just take a great big mouthful and chew on the Word together. If that isn't learning, I don't know what is!
We grab some fruit from the kitchen and the older ones set the table while I make up a jug of drink. We eat, drink and read - discuss sometimes - then pack up. All up, the most time this usually takes is 20 minutes.
Sometimes a particular proverb will be especially applicable ("an honest answer is like a kiss on the lips" was a catch phrase in our house for a while!) so we may discuss it, other times we will just read through with me explaining words or phrases they may not understand.
What about you? How do you feel about reading scripture as a family? Why do you feel that way? What, time of day do you read scripture as a family?
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Come back next week for the next step in our walk through our day.