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Building a Devotional House
In the blog, I hope to provide some teaching tips especially for parents, as well as show you how to think through Bible passages. Please scroll down the Categories for verse-by- verse lessons from Bible books or tips for teaching biblical principles to children. I hope you will use these lessons in your personal and small group studies. Feel free to print them out for group or teacher use, but please put my name and www.carolbrandt.com on each copy. Galatians and Philippians are two complete studies that I think will be of benefit for guiding group studies. The Lord's Prayer and The Beatitudes were immensely useful to me in my own devotional life. Isaiah might work best for personal, rather than group, study. Any category can quickly be printed in full. Just remember the last lesson will show up first so reshuffle the pages before beginning your study. If something is helpful to you, please share it on facebook, twitter, or other social media. The whole idea is to pass on what is useful to others. I'll be happy to answer your questions. Just click Contact Me and follow the instructions.
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