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I want my family to be a shining example for Jesus like lights in the world, don’t you? Will you join me in taking a closer look at this passage in Philippians and pray through it together over our families? I hope it is a blessing to you! Remember that you can see all of the Read Pray Love printables in this series here.

Therefore, my beloved, as you have always obeyed, so now, not only as in my presence but much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear and trembling, for it is God who works in you, both to will and to work for his good pleasure. Do all things without grumbling or disputing, that you may be blameless and innocent, children of God without blemish in the midst of a crooked and twisted generation, among whom you shine as lights in the world, holding fast to the word of life…

This scripture memory printable and prayer focus is a part of the 2018 Read, Pray, Love system (with comes with monthly printables and prayer binder setup files), but you can use it alone or jump in on our year-long efforts anytime! 

As always, the scripture printables are available in ESV and KJV with coloring pages for adults and kids. Download the printable below and get started memorizing it with your family and praying through it! Below are some prayer prompts to get you started. 

Don’t forget to check out this post for more information on how to memorize scripture with your kids and how we are using these monthly printables to pray diligently for our families!

Lights in the World — Praying Through  Philippians 2:12-16a

(These notes and prayers are also available in the download file.)

In Philippians 2:1-11, which was the focus of our last set of prayer and memorization printables, Paul encourages us be of one mind and to look to the needs of others and not only ourselves, having the mind of Christ and looking to Him as our ultimate example of humility and service. 

Then Paul gives us a picture of the One whom we are to be like: “Therefore God has highly exalted him and bestowed on him the name that is above every name, so that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.”

Now in Philippians 2:12-16a we are told to be obedient, to “work out your own salvation with fear and trembling,” because God is doing His work in us. Paul is telling us pursue Christlikeness wholeheartedly and obey the Lord, keeping in mind how holy and perfect He truly is, reverencing His authority in our lives and standing in awe of the work Christ has done to reconcile us to Him. 

It is no small thing and certainly not to be taken lightly. So we live our lives in full and active cooperation with the work of the Holy Spirit in our hearts, not only for our own sake, but to shine like lights for Christ in a crooked and broken world, pointing them always to Jesus. 

Let’s pray together through these scriptures as we memorize the verses with our families. You will be blessed by it!

Praying the Verses

Lord, give us a fresh appreciation for who You are and what You have accomplished though Your son, Jesus Christ. Let us not ever take for granted the work that You are continuously doing in our hearts by the Holy Spirit.

Help us to value Christlikeness and obedience, working on it with all that we are and do. Build in us a habit of pointing ourselves and our children to Christ in all things, including our pursuit of holiness. 

Lord, may our family be a light in the World, not because of any merit of our own, but because of the work You have done and are doing in our lives, and the glory that it brings to Your name.

Thank You for Your Word and unending love. 

In the name of Jesus we pray, 

Amen. 

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The July One Year Bible Brick Challenge takes us from Daniel into the New Testament, through Matthew 7! You’ll enjoy stories like Daniel in the Lion’s Den, Jonah, and the birth of our Savior!

 This is the calendar for the July One Year Bible Brick Challenge, and although you can jump in anywhere you like, you can also check out the list off all the One-Year Bible Brick Challenge calendars along with some tips on how to use it

June One Year Bible Brick Challenge Calendar

Here are the stories covered this month: 

  • Daniel proves faithful 
  • Daniel interprets Nebuchadnezzar’s dreams
  • Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego in the fiery furnace
  •  Jonah and the whale/fish
  • Prophecies and promises
  • Genealogy of Christ
  • Birth of Christ
  • Wise Men
  • John the Baptist
  • Temptation of Jesus
  • Jesus Begins Ministry
  • Sermon on the Mount

It was hard to skip over some of the passages in the books of the minor prophets, but many of them just didn’t lend themselves to short readings or Lego builds. 

If you’d like to include some engaging questions and devotions, I recommend pairing this challenge with Bible Road Trip (the Bible curriculum we use) or 365 Great Bible Stories: The Good News from Genesis to Revelation, which is a great simple devotional for younger kids. 

Don’t forget to share your photos on Instagram and tag me at @tauna_phomemaker and tag #proverbialhomemaker and #biblebrickchallenge! Or you can email them to me at tauna (at) proverbialhomemaker (dot) com and I’d love to feature them on the Proverbial Homemaker Facebook page, here on the blog, or our Homeschool Successfully FB group.

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The earliest years of learning should be all about play, exploration, and real-life experiences! Very little is needed to teach our kids at those ages other than reading aloud and playing with them. However, sometimes having some extras on hand can be useful! So we provide fun learning tools here such as this playful alphabet printable pack! 

In our homeschool we keep preschool and kindergarten lessons very light. Basically, if the youngers want to “do school,” I have fun activities, coloring pages, and worksheets on hand. This 100+ page Alphabet Printable Pack is perfect for that, containing fun activities for each letter of the alphabet as well as a Bible Verse Card in ESV and KJV.

This massive printable pack contains the following activities:

  • Handwriting Practice Pages –These pages are great for practicing letter formation as well as learning to spell and working on handwriting.  There is one page for each letter of the alphabet and also contain one word that starts with the particular letter.
  • Vocabulary cards (Montessori 3 Part Cards) – There is one card for each letter of the alphabet eg. Apple, ball, caterpillar. These can be used for matching and spelling practice as well as for games like memory and snap
  • I Spy Pages – These pages contains pictures that your child will count and then write the answer in the box provided.
  • Alphabet Matching Cards – There is two cards for each letter of the alphabet, one with the lowercase letter and one with the uppercase letter. These can be used to match the uppercase to the lowercase letter or one laminated, they can be used to practice writing the letter on, with a dry-erase marker.
  • Coloring / Playdough Mats – These pages can be used to color or decorate the letter. They can also be laminated and used as playdough mats.
  • Tracing / Cutting Pages – These are good for practicing fine motor skills. Your child can trace the line and then practice their scissor skills by cutting along the same line.
  • 4 Piece Puzzles – These puzzles contain both the uppercase and lowercase letter of the alphabet as well as a picture that starts with the appropriate letter. Once laminated, they can be used in busy bags as well.
  • ABC Bible Verse Cards – There is one card for each letter of the alphabet in both the King James and English Standard Versions. I recommended laminating these cards and using a binder ring to hold them together. They can be used to:
    • Memorize verses of the Bible
    • As copywork cards

 

I hope you enjoy this freebie! Don’t forget we have other great learning printables in our store and in our freebie library. 

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Helping kids feel empathy for others and respond to them with a generous heart is an important character trait for them to learn about. Depending on the age of your children it could be as basic as teaching them about giving gifts ad sharing their toys, or more in-depth, teaching them about giving up their time to volunteer and help the homeless. Nevertheless, the main point is to teach them the best form of generosity: sincerely and expecting nothing in return. This Generosity Printable Pack includes Scripture cards, Bible Study activities, acts of generosity cards and more!

*** NOTE: This printable pack is FREE through 7/16/18 only! Go snag it now! ***

“Real generosity is doing something nice for someone who will never find out.” – Frank A. Clark

In this 80-page printable pack, you will find many activities for a variety of ages. First, for the younger children, you will find:

  • Size Sequencing Cards– As they place them in order from smallest to biggest or vice versa, you can talk with them about the different ways they can show generosity to others.
  • Puzzles– Using the same pictures as the Size Sequencing Cards, these 3-part puzzles are so much fun.
  • Generosity Word Search– Learn new words relating to being generous and then find then in the word search. You can also look these words up in the dictionary for extra learning.

For the older children, you will find:

  • Writing Pages– These pages allow the children to write a few sentences about each way they can show generosity, what this attribute means to them or ways they can show this to others.
  • The story of The Widow’s Offering– This story can be read to all the family. There are a couple of question and answer pages about this story which will make the older children dig deeper into God’s Word.

For a variety of ages, you will find:

  • Random Acts of Generosity Cards– A great way of showing generosity to others is by completing random acts of generosity. While doing this, your children will also learn about empathy and how to serve others. They will also be inspired and encouraged to make a positive difference in their corner of the world.
  • Being Generous Bible Verse Cards– These are great Bible Verses that the whole family will enjoy learning and memorizing together.
  • Generosity Poster– This poster explains what being generous means and how to be generous to others.
  • Flashcards– These flashcards represent some acts of generosity and can be used for games such as memory/fish, and for handwriting practice. They are also a great way to help younger children learn some ways they can show kindness to others.
  • Bible Verses Copywork– These are the same Bible Verses as the Bible Verse Cards. There are two types of lines, one for the younger children and one for the older ones to copy these inspiring verses.

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Her blog, A Moment In our World, was started as a way to share their homeschooling journey with their family and friends, who nearly all live far away. Now it is a fabulous resource for everyone, comprising of fun activities, crafts, lots of free printables and yummy recipes.

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One of the best uses of essential oils is to combat stress and anxiety. More studies have been done on the effects of essential oils on the mood, and specifically for calming purposes, than any other use, and it’s clear they can provide a huge advantage. So, which oils should we try and how should we use them? We’re sharing a helpful list of the 14 best essential oils for anxiety, as well as 5 fantastic recipes to get you started! 

Not only will using essential oils help to reduce anxiety, but they will help prevent other symptoms that stem from high anxiety, such as sleep problems and depression, simply because of the reduced levels of stress.

Check out the list of essential oils below! You can incorporate these into your DIY diffuser or roller bottle blends, combine them in an inhaler for quick relief you can carry in your purse, or add them to unscented lotion for a soothing nighttime routine. As always, note any safety concerns (we listed cautions to be aware of with each oil). 

In addition, you can often find convenient and effective pre-blended oils that help reduce anxiety. These are great if you don’t have a lot of oils to make your own blends yet or just want something quick and easy to help get you the relief you need! 

  • Mind Alive – Anxiety relief and reduces that “brain fog” that can come with stress. Includes Jasmine, Cedarwood, Ylang Ylang, Neroli, and Melissa
  • At Peace – Uplifting and reduces feelings of frustration and fear. Includes Litsea Cubeba, Lime, Mandarin, Grapefruit, Ylang Ylang, Sandalwood, and Tangerine
  • Calming – Great for bed time and to help with worry. Includes Tangerine, Ylang Ylang, Orange , Blue Tansy, and Patchouli
  • Tranquility – Calming and soothing, great for everyday anxiety relief. Includes Orange, Tangerine, Patchouli, Lime, Blue Tansy, Ylang Ylang, Lavender, and Citronella
  • For Kids: Counting Sheep – This is a handy roller bottle ready to go, great for anxiety relief and soothing for as sleep aid. 
14 Best Essential Oils for Anxiety
  1. Vetiver. This earthy, powerful oil is perfect for those in need of grounding. Helps with nervous energy, sexual trauma and fear of death. Can also be used for feelings of disconnection from self and fears related to childbirth and sex. 
    Cautions: Avoid during pregnancy. No known toxicity.
  1. Lavender. This popular oil is well known for its relaxation and anti-anxiety properties. Also great for wounds and skin care.
    Cautions: Generally regarded as safe for all.
  1. Neroli. This citrus oil has powerful anti-anxiety properties as well as the ability to lift the mood. Ideal for those suffering with both depression and anxiety, or depression that manifest as anxiety. Also useful for fear, shock and stress. 
    Cautions: Non-toxic and non-sensitizing. Do not use during pregnancy.
  1. Ylang Ylang. This is known as the No. 1 oil for panic disorder. It is also useful for stress, general anxiety, irritability, fear and anger. Physically, it can help with high blood pressure, as well as rapid breathing and heartbeat.
    Cautions: Can cause sensitization. Also known to give headaches if inhaled too long. 
  1. Bergamot. Well-known for its use in Earl Grey Tea, bergamot is the No. 1 oil for overall mental health and well-being. It’s a natural go-to for anyone facing anxiety, depression or other mood disorders. Great for cold sores, oral infections, psoriasis, fever and flu.
    Cautions: Phototoxic. If placed on the skin and exposed to the sun, can cause severe burns.
  1. Roman Chamomile. Chamomile is a very calming oil, ideal for use with anxiety and overall stress. Also useful for muscle and joint pain, PMS and skin care.
    Cautions: No known toxicity. Mild blood thinning effects so avoid if taking blood thinners. Avoid if you have a ragweed allergy.
  1. Frankincense. Wonderfully calming, Frankincense is perfect for anxiety or stress-related issues. It’s also a well-known oil for respiratory oil and anti-inflammatory.
    Cautions: Avoid during pregnancy. Non-toxic, non-sensitizing, non-irritant.
  1. Green Mandarin. A very gentle and uplifting oil, green mandarin is perfect for alleviating stress and anxiety. It is also used for wrinkles, scars, acne and insomnia.
    Cautions: Avoid using oxidized oil to prevent skin sensitization.
  1. Jasmine. This sultry oil can be a great aid in fighting against anxiety, stress and sexual trauma. Jasmine is also known for its aphrodisiac properties, use for women’s health and as an anti-inflammatory.
    Cautions: The absolute is highly concentrated and should be used with care.
  1. Rosemary. This oil known for mental clarity, strengthen and stimulates the entire nervous system making it ideal to use when stressed or anxious. Rosemary is also used for acne, dandruff and circulation. 
    Cautions: Do not use during pregnancy or if you have epilepsy or high blood pressure.
  1. Melissa (Lemon Balm). Best known for its use with the Herpes virus, shingles, chickenpox and cold sores, Melissa is also great soother of anxiety and stress. Also useful for cardiovascular health and high blood pressure.
    Cautions: Avoid during pregnancy. Possibly sensitizer and skin irritant. 
  1. Ginger. Believed to ease anxiety, as well as reduce depression and anger. Commonly used for stomach ailments.
    Cautions: Avoid during pregnancy. Can cause irritation on sensitive skin. 
  1. Cedarwood. This woodsy oil can curb stress, anxiety, depression and paranoia. This oil can also be used for skin issues, rheumatoid arthritis and mental clarity.
    Cautions: Non-toxic, non-sensitizing, non-irritant. Avoid during pregnancy.
  1. Sweet Marjoram. This oil helps with anxiety, grief, sorrow and loneliness. It’s also helpful with insomnia, hyperactivity, hypertension and sore muscles. 
    Cautions:  People with asthma, low blood pressure and depression should not use. Avoid during pregnancy.

5 Essential Oil Recipes for Anxiety

Download these 5 free recipes to use to help combat anxiety! 

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  • Stress Release Room Spray
  • Adios Anxiety Diffuser Blend
  • Fear Fighter Roller Ball Blend
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The Israelites had been living in Egypt for many, many years. They were forced to become slaves and then all their newborn male children were to be killed. It was a very sad time, and God heard the outcry of His people and had mercy on them. God sent Moses to talk to Pharaoh and have His people set free and allow them to worship God. Unfortunately, Pharaoh didn’t want to let the people go, so Egypt suffered greatly with the 10 plagues until finally he relented and let them go.

This 10 Plagues Printable Pack, contains a variety of math and literacy activities as well as many Bible study printables which will help children learn about the 10 Plagues and why they happened. It is a wonderful supplement to your Bible studies, teaching children the sad consequences of stubbornness and a hardened heart toward the Lord, and displaying the power and might of God who had a plan and a will for His people. 

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With 104 pages of printable resources, this 10 Plagues Printable Pack contains a variety of math and literacy activities for young children. All the activities are related to the 10 different plagues that took place in Egypt. They will help children understand the order in the plagues happened and what they affected.

The activities in this printable pack are:

  • Count and Clip cards
  • Size Sequencing Cards
  • Number Puzzles
  • 3 Part Cards
  • Word Tracing
  • Shadow Matching Cards
  • I Spy
  • Size Sequencing Cards
  • What Comes Next?
  • Finish the Pattern
  • Creative Writing Pages
  • Spot and Dot
  • Alphabet Matching Cards
  • Coloring Pages of the 10 Plagues

Also included are many Bible themed activities. These include:

  • Ten Plagues Strips ~ Cut out and use to learn the Ten Plagues in the correct order
  • Cut and Paste Ten Plagues ~ Cut out the Ten Plagues and paste them in the correct order
  • Complete the Ten Plagues ~ Cut and paste the missing words
  • Ten Plagues Picture Cards ~ Cut and paste all the ten plague pictures in the correct order
  • Bible Copywork Pages ~ These pages all relate to the Ten Plagues. There are a couple of verse for each plague that are great for copywork and memorisation. These pages come in both KJV and ESV.

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Moses was born when his people, the Israelites, were enslaved in Egypt. His mother secretly hid him, eventually placing him in a basket in the Nile River. Even as a small child, God was with him protecting him and giving him the education he would need later in his life.

This Moses and the Ten Commandments Printable Pack teaches kids about the life of Moses, mainly focusing on the Ten Commandments. Moses wasn’t a perfect man, but he served a perfect God who was not only completely holy but full of love and mercy for His people. This printable pack is a fun supplement to your Bible studies. 

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With 107 pages of printable resources, this Moses and the Ten Commandments Printable Pack contains a variety of math and literacy activities for young children.

It contains an overview of the major events in the life of Moses, though the Ten Commandments are focused on the most:

  • as a baby
  • being placed in a basket on the river
  • his sister, Miriam watching out for him
  • being found by Pharoah’s daughter
  • as a grown man
  • the burning bush
  • leading the exodus from Egypt
  • crossing the Red Sea
  • the Ten Commandments

This printable pack contains math activities such as size sequencing cards, count and clip cards and number puzzles. It also contains many literacy activities such as alphabet matching cards, spot and dot, word tracing, story writing pages and 3 part cards.

Also included are many Bible themed activities. These include:

  • Ten Commandment Strips ~ Cut out and use to learn the Ten Commandments in the correct order
  • Cut and Paste Ten Commandments ~ Cut out the Ten Commandments and paste them on the stones in the correct order
  • Complete the Ten Commandments ~ Cut and paste the missing words
  • Ten Commandment Memory Cards ~ These come in both KJV and ESV and are great to memorising the Ten Commandments
  • Cut and Paste the Life of Moses ~ Cut and paste the events in the correct order
  • Bible Copywork Pages ~ These pages all relate to the Ten Commandments and are great for copywork and memorisation. These pages come in both KJV and ESV.
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Read and begin memorizing Philippians 2:3-11 with me today! This passage from Philippians is always so encouraging and convicting to me! Humility and obedience are such a blessed calling of the disciple of Christ, and also so very difficult. We need the Holy Spirit to guide and transform our hearts in these areas!

Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves. Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others. Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus, who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped,  but emptied himself, by taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. And being found in human form, he humbled himself by becoming obedient to the point of death, even death on a cross. Therefore God has highly exalted him and bestowed on him the name that is above every name, so that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father. Philippians 2:3-11

This scripture memory printable and prayer focus is a part of the 2018 Read, Pray, Love system (with comes with monthly printables and prayer binder setup files), but you can use it alone or jump in on our year-long efforts anytime! 

As always, the scripture printables are available in ESV and KJV with coloring pages for adults and kids. Download the printable below and get started memorizing it with your family and praying through it! Below are some prayer prompts to get you started. 

Don’t forget to check out this post for more information on how to memorize scripture with your kids and how we are using these monthly printables to pray diligently for our families!

Praying Through & Memorizing Philippians 2:3-11

(These notes and prayers are also available in the download file.)

I love the focus on the example of Christ, reminding us that He left his high and powerful position in heaven and humbled himself to the point of death on the cross. Why? For OUR sakes! He is the ultimate example of putting the needs of others before our own. Let us turn to God for help in following it! Just imagine how our homes would be transformed!

Let’s pray together through these scriptures as we memorize the verses with our families. You will be blessed by it!

Praying the Verses

Lord, release us from selfish ambition and conceit, which damage our relationships and keep us stuck in prideful attitudes that separate us from you. 

Please give us a spirit of humility and a heart of service. Remind us in the moment to keep the interests of others in mind as we go about our day and as we react to hard situations. 

Give us the mind of Christ in these things, with a humble attitude and not lording over our family and friends, or being selfish when there’s something we want. 

Help us to be obedient to God no matter what it takes. Jesus is our ultimate example of obedience and humility. Empower us by your Holy Spirit to walk in His ways, following His example. 

We praise You and bow down and worship You, confessing with our mouth, our hearts, and our actions that Jesus Christ is Lord, to Your ultimate praise and glory. 

Thank You for Your Word and unending love. 

In the name of Jesus we pray, 

Amen. 

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Tauna Meyer

I'm Tauna, owner of Proverbial Homemaker! This is me: Jesus follower, wife, mom, [domestically challenged] homemaker, homeschooler, and writer. Proverbial Homemaker exists to bring you encouragement and tools for the journey. Let us pursue God's call on our lives (no matter the learning curve) and rely on Him to equip us for the task!

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