Need a plan to make your Easter season intentionally Christ-centered AND easy?
If I am not careful, my children will grow up experiencing Easter as a sugar-filled day with fun activities and family dinner; they will get a new dress or pastel tie, a pretty basket, and probably a few cavities.
But no Jesus.
I must be incredibly intentional to give my children ample opportunities to find Jesus. Through beautiful sunsets, a scary thunderstorm, or a flittering butterfly; while we drive to t-ball practice, play in the yard, or on our way home from church; I am given these moments to tell my kids about Jesus.
I most certainly should use Easter to teach them the truth about Jesus.
— Excerpt from Find More Jesus
Are you looking for a guide to help you point your children to Jesus this Easter? Do you find yourself browsing the internet — overwhelmed yet inspired with all the great ideas out there — wishing someone could just tell you what to do each day?
I’ve been there.
After I shook off the paralysis of too many options, I created a fun and simple Easter plan that we’ve used in our own home for years. Find More Jesus an easy — yet incredibly meaningful — Easter plan sure to point your children to real meaning of Easter.