I love how this book challenges my kids to think about what is coming out of their mouths! They are not only encouraged to be careful and think about the harm hurtful words can do, but also to use their words to build up others.
This devotional was a game changer for us. Truth packed! We appreciated the balance of looking up scripture, writing, to visuals. It really made a huge impact on our thinking of how we speak to each other. I am very thankful for this company.
This study really helped the kids (and myself) reflect on the words we say to each other. Challenging Biblical truths are found in this study helping us understand what kind of fruit we are producing. Are we speaking life or death? I appreciate this study and the power truths provided within that help convict us to choose wisely.
We completed Fruit of the Tongue together as a family. We loved this study. Controlling our tongues can be quite the challenge but this study was so helpful for us and it made good memories of us all sitting around the kitchen table working on it together. I bought the digital copy of this before the new parent guides came out, so I just printed the youth version for my husband and I and it was fun to complete it right along side of the kids. I purchased both the Junior and Youth levels.
I was so excited to find a bible study that I could do with my children in our first year of homeschool. This is exactly what I was looking for!
love love this well done! Well thought out!
What a blessing to our family right now! I homeschool two boys who sometimes forget the impact their words have on one another. And what about what it's teaching me? I am learning along with them. Thank you for this important study!
I have been going through this study with my 4 kids and it is absolutely wonderful! The kids really enjoy drawing and writing answers in the book. The author does a fantastic job explain gin scripture in a way the kids can understand an asks questions to get them thinking.
My boys worked through this study after finishing My Brother's Keeper. I figured learning to control our words would be a great way to practice loving each other. The study has been challenging but they have embraced THINK. I hear them talking about the acronym every day filtering their thoughts and actions. There's less nagging and put downs around here and I'm so grateful to see them putting what they have learned into action.