How to Rest: Come Unto Me

 Help your family embrace rest as a good thing. Ask This: When was a time when you got real dirty? How good did it feel to get cleaned up? Watch This:   Say This: In this scene from the Toy Story 2, we see a toy expert repair Woody and make him as good as new. Just like Woody,...
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Honesty: I Cannot Tell A Lie

Teach your kids that honesty is the only policy. Say this: One of the most famous stories in all of American history is the story of George Washington chopping down the cherry tree. As the legend goes, shortly after receiving a new hatchet from his father a six-year old...
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Marriage: Why Mom and Dad Are So Important

Help your kids learn how your marriage is strong because you and your wife are different, but compatible. Getting Started Ask this: Begin by asking your family to say the first thing that comes to mind when they hear the following words: Peanut Butter and _______, Cookies and...
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Boldness: When the Right Thing is the Hard Thing

Help your kids develop the boldness and confidence to do the right thing…even when it’s hard. Getting Started Say This: Have you noticed how hard it can sometimes be to do the right thing? Kids don’t want to admit that they’ve told a lie or broken one of mom’s...
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Protect Your Eyes – Help Your Kids Make Good Choices

This Table Talk will help you guide your kids in how to protect their ears, eyes and mind. Try This: Ask the Youngest Children – Lead the family in singing the children’s song, “Oh Be Careful Little Eyes.” Older Kids – Watch this video of the song “Slow Fade” by...
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How to be Significant

Help your kids understand they are significant not because of what they do, but because of who they are. Watch This: Watch this mom get some much needed advice from an unlikely source… Ask This: Who knows what the word significance means? (Work to compose a definition...
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The First (Real) Thanksgiving

Ask This: When was the first Thanksgiving meal? (Let them answer) History tell us that it occurred with the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians in 1621, but the first Thanksgiving dinner actually occurred centuries earlier. Take a look at this video which shows the very first...
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Mother’s Day 2015

Video for Table Talk Family Devotion
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Table Talk: What God Has Joined Together

The greatest gift we can give our children is a Godly marriage. This devotional celebrates the institution of marriage as you share how husbands and wives are similar and different. It also allows you to talk about how God uses the marriage relationship for His glory. Watch This:...
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Table Talk: Let’s Talk

Parenting has its easy tasks and then its hard tasks. The hard tasks are the ones that define us as parents. Are we willing to do the necessary work to help our kids grow up and become what God has planned for their life? Share the Table Talk for March and discuss it with your...
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