Bible Reading Sharing
First Meeting Begins With Bible Reading
We started our first meeeting by discussing what it means to be a keeper at home. We read Proverbs 31 and Titus 2. We talked also about how we should honor our Mother and Father using Exodus 20:21. As an act of submission to our mothers, we took turns tending to the young children while we gave our mothers relaxing foot massages. We then moved on to the kitchen and prepared cookies for our fathers that we then took home for their dinner. This was not to earn badges, but to set the tone for the year and show how thankful we were that our parents had been faithful in our Christian upbringing and now to bring us here to learn together how to use these skills with own family. (Providence Village, TX)
My favorite things of Keepers of the faith is no matter if it is one child or a class of many it is adaptable. So if you need a few extra activity ideas for your child or a organized devotion, and group activities you have something for everyone and for all ages. I use keepers of the home books for girls ranging from 3 to 15. Even with this vast age group we can still do so many actives together and it doesn't matter if there is 4 or 10 girls or more is is all adaptable. We also have great fun with just in our family.