If you're keen to develop your child's religious education, exposing them to the Bible can be a helpful beginning. Whether you're teaching your own children at home or instructing a classroom of kids, starting with simple stories and fun activities for young kids is best.
The truth, in age-appropriate terms, gives kids context for meaning. Many of the kids’ favorite events came from the Old Testament. Yah’s Manna™ gives you great tools to start kick your journey to educating your children. Not only are their placemats that have biblical art on one side and then the story and bible verse on the opposite side BUT the bowls tell the story in chronological order using pictures!
At the very center of a solid family life is the importance of teaching children the Bible. The call to His chosen people was to take the Word of God and, "Repeat them to your children. Talk about them when you sit in your house and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up" (Deut. 6:7). For many families, being faithful to God meant teaching their children the Bible and all that it teaches. Passing the stories of God's greatness and goodness from one generation to the next were paramount to ensuring trust and faith in God. Yah’s Manna™ showcases 10 classic stories that you can begin to educate your children and/or loved ones.
Parents and teachers have a profound impact on their listeners. Kids’ favorite Bible stories fall into two categories: Great Adventures (think David and Goliath, Jonah and the big fish, and Moses and the plagues ) just to name a few. Yah’s Manna™ showcases the best stories that will keep any kid engaged. Why not buy a product that your child has to use for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This is a great way for repetition and 3 great opportunities to educate your loved ones on the most important book…the Bible.
While some may pause at engaging the Bible because it seems so difficult, often we are surprised by how plain the Bible's stories are. By God's grace, His revelation to us is both simple enough that a child can engage it, yet profound enough that the most educated adult can still ponder and grow from the Bible. The Bible was written largely in historical reports, biographies, poetry, and letters to common people. It was never meant to confuse people. The goal for Yah’s Manna™ is to do just that…create simplicity, make the Bible fun and something kids look forward to doing!