Friday Finds

I remember taking Christianity seriously around 18ish, after being invited to a college ministry. I felt Jesus, believed He died for my sins, read my Bible… yet I still accidentally believed you had to separate faith from science.

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The best day ever was when I discovered really smart people had done their research and I could actually stand on facts as a Christian. Ever since I’ve been drawn to the knowledge and history of Jesus. It’s so important to me that my babes have a relationship with Jesus… a relationship that is built on a solid foundation. And while, faith is a huge part of our Christian walk, I want them to know the areas that they don’t have to close their eyes and cross their fingers hoping that they are right in what they believe.

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So you can imagine my excitement when I was gifted these books for my babes. Each one is a quick devotional.

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The one on the left tells about a new person each day. My daughters are learning about real life martyrs, game changers, missionaries and how we can be bold for Jesus.

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This morning my five year old asked to reread the story of “the guy who stuffed his car full of Bibles for people”.

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The book on the right is a collection of mini devotions about God and Science. The babes love to flip through and when a picture catches their eye (like a corpse flower or a giant sunfish) they ask me to read about it. (Mommy does a lot of googling after, too. BECAUSE SCIENCE IS CRAY.)

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We leave these on our table to help us remember to read them at meal times.

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These are my Friday finds. Your turn! What’s something you’ve recently purchased for the babes that you can’t live without? Let me know!!

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