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I am not a doctor, none of the information on any of these pages pertaining to the Ketogenic Diet or Adrenal Fatigue should be considered medical advice and should not replace the care of your personal physician. I am simply eager to share the information I have learned while on my own journey to health. Before you embark on this journey, please consult with your physician.
I have been looking for some fun Easter activities for us to do this year.
My kids are getting older and I can’t wait to decorate our house today and make this Easter memorable!
But I do not want to decorate with bunnies and eggs. In our home, we emphasize a Christ-centered Easter, just like we emphasize a Christ-centered Christmas.
You can watch a video below of my dad – a pastor of 40+ years and a great student of history – talk about the history behind the Easter bunny and Easter eggs.
Well, if you’re like me, and you’re looking for some great Christ-centered studies and activities for your family, I can’t wait to share with you what I’ve found!
The great part is that you can use these over and over, year after year, with your family as you grow and deepen your faith in Christ.
I strongly believe that as Christians, we should celebrate Easter as much as we celebrate Christmas.
Christmas really has no meaning without Easter. If Jesus hadn’t died and risen again, what meaning would His birth have had for us?
And yet, Easter wouldn’t exist if Christmas hadn’t happened. Right?
Both holidays are central to our faith and should be celebrated with all our hearts. Because of them, we have hope for all eternity.
Here are 3 Christ-centered family studies for Easter
1. Easter Tree Bible Study For Kids
A few years ago, I dreamed up this simple, but effective way to connect the story of Christ’s birth with His death, burial and resurrection.
This study comes with a free 40-day reading plan that you can adjust to the needs of your family.
As you read through each passage of Scripture, you can make Easter Tree decorations to hang on the tree.
The study concludes with your children making a tomb and a clay figure to represent Jesus, burying Him in the tomb, and then waking up Easter Sunday morning to find the tomb empty.
My children found this exciting and very memorable and ask to do it each year.
This study includes craft ideas and links to fun recipes!
You can find the Easter Tree Bible Study For Kids here.
2. Grapevine Studies – The Resurrection
If you’ve been around here very long, you know that I love Grapevine Studies. I have purchased my copy of The Resurrection and we’ll start to work through it as a family next week.
Grapevine Studies’ workbooks are great for the whole family. You can purchase just the beginner book, which already has traceables right in it, to teach your child how to draw through the Bible, or you can choose the Multi-Level version where you can tailor the workbooks to your families needs.
3. Busy Books Easter Activity Pages for Kids
These Easter activity pages from Busy Books and More go along with these Busy Books sermon notes for kids. I love these because they teach older children how to listen sermons and then apply what they’ve learned on Sunday to their lives.
These activity pages are fun and there is something for all ages: ranging from color sheets and mazes to cross words. This is a great resource for the whole family.
Make Christ the center of your Easter this year as you focus on the immeasurable grace of God toward mankind! Without Jesus’ death and resurrection, we’d have no hope in this life or for all eternity.
“Thanks be to God for His indescribable gift!” 2 Corinthians 9:15
P.S. I promised a video by my dad, please take a moment to watch this and learn the true meaning behind the Easter Bunny and Egg
Resurrection Eggs with Booklet and Stickers -Tells Full Story of EasterCase for Christ for Kids (Case for… Series for Kids)My First Bible Stories (New Testament): The Easter StoryBusy Books: Sermon Notes for KidsBusy Books: Sermon Notes for Young LadiesThe Case for Christ & The Case for Faith (two books in one)The Case for the Resurrection of JesusThe Case for Easter: A Journalist Investigates the Evidence for the Resurrection (Case for … Series)