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Scripture in the Summer Small Church License - Up to 50 Copies

Simple ways to have fun and learn about the Bible as a family


Do you ever feel like you want to "do more" when it comes to sharing your faith with your kids or teaching them about the Bible? Do you sometimes wonder if you are missing key opportunities, but don't know where to start when it comes to family faith talks?

Scripture in the Summer is a downloadable e-book filled with simple, family fun activities that will get you headed in the right direction. Built around the typical summer (warm-weather) activities, this e-book features 20 activity suggestionssuch as picking berries, going for a bike ride, and taking a swim.

Each activity has a coordinating Scripture (Bible verse) and discussion questions to help guide your conversations in a natural and authentic way. Don't let another summer drift by without creating memories that are both meaningful and exciting. Pick up your copy of Scripture in the Summer and start having fun as a family today!

Your download includes 

  • 20 activity descriptions with biblical applications
  • Take-Along Verses
  • Cut-Apart Verse
  • Random Acts of Kindness Chart
  • How to Become Part of God's Family
  • Scavenger Hunt Checklist
  • License to print up to 50 copies for your church families

Download a Sample including the introduction and the first activity. 

Purchase the family home edition, or purchase the large church license for unlimited copies.

This download resource is available instantly after purchase by clicking on My Downloads at the top of any page.

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