Giving Kids a Sense of the Resurrection

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Giving Kids a Sense of the Resurrection - A great ebook to help kids understand the truth and beauty of Easter.

Easter is in about three weeks. If you haven’t been doing some Lenten observations or devotionals, it’s not too late.

Amanda has put together an ebook designed to help families walk through the truth and beauty of the Resurrection with kids.

Here’s what’s in the book:

12 simple activities to be done the few weeks before Easter will turn your home into a memorial to Jesus’ death and resurrection.  You’ll experience Jesus’ anointing, the Last Supper, Peter’s denial, the cross, the empty tomb and more. Memories will be made as your family uses their five senses to understand and believe the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection.

This simple eBook includes printables, Scriptures and specific conversation and starting points so you and your kids can get a sense of the resurrection

Get the book this weekend and then spend the next few weeks working through the book at your leisure. There are scriptures to read, things to talk about, and a tactile activity that helps reinforce the ideas in a kid’s heart and mind.

I highly recommend A Sense of the Resurrection as a way to help focus your eyes on Jesus at Easter.

Use the coupon code OHEASTER to get 20% off the ebook. Code expires on Sunday night.

Disclosure: I am an affiliate for this ebook. If you make a purchase, I receive a small portion of the sale. Your price will not change, but your purchase indirectly supports this site. So thanks!

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