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This family activity packet includes a letter from me, book discussion questions, activity sheets, Scripture memory cards, strategies to help children with anxiety, and a fun art project! This packet is a great companion to the book – download it now!

It’s easy to lose track of the books you read throughout the year. Document it all in this free downloadable book journal! It’s designed for the kiddos in your life, but can be used by the whole family.

Give the gift of a book! Preorder The Anxious Lily, print this card, and surprise your loved one with a brand new book that will arrive in their mailbox on March 7!

Here you’ll find practical strategies for talking with your children about worries, and also printable cards with some of God’s promises from His Word. These strategies have been so helpful in my own life – for both my children and myself – and I hope they will be helpful to you.

Included in this free download are 15 activities and devos (that can be spread over 3 weeks or longer) that focus on simple biblical truths and provide easy dinner or bedtime questions for conversation. If you have young children, then you’re probably already doing a lot of these activities. So hopefully this will give you some ideas for taking those everyday moments and turning them into discipleship moments.

The resurrection of Christ changes everything. I’ve put together some writings from the last few years on the resurrection and how it has changed me. Included are 3 chapters: 4 Ways to Make Easter Meaningful for Your Family; The Longest Night of My Life; Death, Where is Your Sting?

This free printable will help you or your child track the books you read throughout the summer.

Free printable download of an original poem.

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