Are you about at your wit's end over the fighting, constant bickering, and all-around mean behavior your kids show toward each other?
Trust me. I've been there. All the best tricks and parenting books cannot solve the age-old problem of sibling rivalry. The only way to truly change it is to change the hearts of our kids through a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
This study will help you equip your children to actually deal with their siblings and grow their faith in the process. It's about time for some peace around your house, isn't it?
My Brother's Keeper is a 4-week in-depth Bible study on the subject of sibling relationships. We will explore the stories of 10 different siblings from the Bible, some with beautiful stories and some with ugly ones. Through the stories of these siblings and the pages of Scripture, your children will learn God's true purpose for siblings and families, the issues that siblings face, the responsibilities that they have as siblings, and practical tools for resolving the inevitable conflicts.
We are looking for real change in the hearts of our children through this study. The Bible passages are in-depth and challenge them to really think about what God wants for their lives!
You can peek inside this product by clicking here. It will lead you to a page with the pdf file. You can view it there or download it to your computer for easier viewing. If there is more than one version of this product, a sample of each will be included.
Wondering about the different age levels? Bible versions used? Or available options? You'll find a helpful video here.
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