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Share Gratitude With These Printable Thanksgiving Cards

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Thanksgiving may be different again this year. Your connection to loved ones may only be via a phone or computer this holiday season. Whether your family is near or far, you can also send them some Thanksgiving Bible verse cards to share gratitude and remind them how loved they are.  Print and mail these Minno… Read more

5 Thanksgiving-Themed Shows on Minno to Watch with the Kids

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Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away! Looking for ways to get your kids in the spirit of gratitude? Check out these episodes on Minno to learn more about what the Bible says about giving thanks:  5 Thanksgiving-Themed Shows on Minno to Watch with the Kids Madame Blueberry VeggieTales  This classic episode of VeggieTales explains… Read more

5 Days of Thanksgiving Family Devotions

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Thanksgiving is a wonderful opportunity to spend time as a family reflecting on God’s many blessings. We’ve developed a series of simple family devotions for you to use leading up to Thanksgiving, focusing on Bible verses that give thanks to God. Each day’s devotional includes a short reading, Bible verse, discussion questions, and a prayer prompt…. Read more

Raising Boys and Girls Podcast: S4, E11 How to Help Kids Practice Gratitude

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The Raising Boys and Girls podcast is back for Season 4 with topics and guests that will inspire you along your journey of raising kids in today’s world. Join Sissy Goff, David Thomas, and Melissa Trevathan this week as they talk about how to practice gratitude with your kids! . . . . . …. Read more

5 Thanksgiving Recipes for Kids

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  Whether your kids are budding culinary talents or connoisseurs of a chicken-nugget-only diet, Thanksgiving offers abundant opportunity to spend some quality time together in the kitchen! From sneaking bites of cookie dough to kneading fresh bread to warming up frozen peas in the microwave, kiddos (and parents!) of all culinary levels will find a good fit… Read more

How to Navigate Tricky Conversations at the Holiday Table

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In years past, we’d probably start an article like this with a joke about how we can always count on that crazy uncle to make holiday conversations a bit more . . . interesting.  But Thanksgiving 2020? Anything can happen.  Per tradition, the fun topics of weight, relationship status, religion, and “When are you gonna… Read more

5 Bible Memory Verses for Kids About Gratitude

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Does it ever feel like you’re constantly telling your kids to stop complaining? As a Christian parent, do you share Bible verses with your kids in the hopes that they will see how important it is to always be thankful and grateful and never grumble again . . . but it doesn’t seem to work? Sometimes… Read more

When It’s Hard to Be Thankful

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Scripture commands us to give thanks in all circumstances (1 Thessalonians 5:18), even in years like 2020. This year has been marked by tragedy, death, political upheaval, natural disasters, and sickness on a global scale. And still, daily grief interrupts our individual lives at the same time: people we love get sick and die, games… Read more

10 Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids

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Here’s a round up of our 10 favorite Thanksgiving crafts for kids! Check out the pages below to find easy, fun and festive crafts for the Thanksgiving season.   1. Beaded Corn and Pumpkins – ThinkCraft This is such a clever fall decoration for kids to make! We love the pumpkins and maize – these… Read more

Gratitude in the Midst of Negativity

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In the middle of what should be a season of thanksgiving, negativity is at a height. It’s no wonder we see antagonistic headlines and social media posts everywhere we turn. Our culture has been largely built on negativity and popular opinion, especially surrounding politics. We have the right to say and post what we think… Read more