Free Christian Parenting Resources

Free Christian Parenting Resources - Parenting Like HannahYou may not be aware that Parenting Like Hannah is actually a branch of a larger ministry, Teach One Reach One. Recently highlighted by the Points of Light Foundation in its Daily Points of Light Award, Teach One Reach One has resources parents can use, too.

Under the parenting tab on the Teach One Reach One website, you will find links to a free baptism study (with leader’s guide), how to adapt Teach One Reach One activities for families and a link back to Parenting Like Hannah. You can also take a look at the parenting workshops you can bring to your church or community. There is even a link to something we are very excited about developing.

In the near future, we hope to have parenting booklets on a variety of topics – all written at a lower elementary reading level. We want every parent to have access to basic Christian parenting principles written in an easy to understand format. Eventually, we hope to have all of these resources translated into multiple languages.

Under the teacher tab on the Teach One Reach One website, there is some hidden gold for parents. Looking for an activity for your kids that reinforces Bible lessons? Want to help them review academic subjects or learn a new skill while they review Bible stories? Look under the lessons section for bible lessons and lots of activities for each story. All of the activities are hands-on, including meaningful crafts, games and service project ideas. As you can tell, this section is under development and new activities and lessons are posted on a regular basis.

Don’t forget to take advantage of our subject search feature on the Parenting Like Hannah website. Struggling with how to best discipline your child? Trying to help your child become an independent Bible reader or have better manners? You will probably find one or more categories where we have grouped all of our past posts on that topic together.

Are you on Facebook? “Like” our “Parenting Like Hannah” and “Teach One Reach One” Facebook pages. In addition to being alerted when there are new posts on the websites, each has a daily challenge for parents and/or teachers to put a great principle into action. We also try to post about freebies and other great resources we find.

Are you on Twitter? Follow @tswinnett for a daily Bible verse to share with your children. We also post an inspirational quote in the afternoon to help encourage you to keep shining God’s light to children. And if you are looking for other great ideas, follow tswinnett on Pinterest. She has Boards for everything from service project and game ideas to hospitality, crafts, recipes and even how to display scriptures around your house. She pins her favorite ideas from around the web to inspire you to live out the mission of Teach One Reach One.

Finally, don’t be afraid to take advantage of our contact features. The emails you send are usually seen within a day or so of when they are sent. We try to respond to each email as quickly as possible. We may not have the answers you are seeking, but we will do whatever we can to help you find those answers. If you have ideas for other resources you need from us, be sure and let us know through our contact feature. We have lots we look forward to sharing with you, but we aren’t closed to considering even more ideas. So take a look around the Teach One Reach One ministry website and let us know what you think!

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Thereasa Winnett

Thereasa Winnett is the founder of Teach One Reach One and blogger at Parenting Like Hannah. She holds a BA in education from the College of William and Mary. She has served in all areas of ministry to children and teens for more than thirty years and regularly leads workshops for ministries and churches. She has conducted numerous workshops, including sessions at Points of Light’s National Conference on Volunteering and Service, the National Urban Ministry Conference, Pepperdine Bible Lectures, and Lipscomb’s Summer Celebration. Thereasa lives in Atlanta, GA with her husband Greg, where she enjoys reading, knitting, traveling and cooking.

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