How I Celebrate a Gospel Centered Passover

How I Celebrate a Gospel Centered Passover

I want to start off by being sure you see these two links to download my Passover stuff: Click here to get the Passover checklists and Haggadah I use for my Seder I will describe below. Click here to get the Passover Busy Book for kids I made. I’ve had several...
The Sabbath Kitchen Saver Kit

The Sabbath Kitchen Saver Kit

I’ll admit it. I hate that my kitchen gets messy on Shabbat. Now, I’ll keep Sabbath no matter what because I know it honors my King, but I’ll admit, I don’t feel much shalom while my kitchen is a disaster for 24 hours and a big pile of dirty...
Bible Studies for Kids that are Easy for Mom: Grapevine Studies

Bible Studies for Kids that are Easy for Mom: Grapevine Studies

I’ve seen several posts on social media lately from Torah keeping women who are looking for more resources for teaching the Bible to their kids, so I want to dedicate this post to tell you about a friend of mine who can help you! I’ve actually been wanting...
Niddah – Sending Your Wife Out of Town for a Week–NOT!

Niddah – Sending Your Wife Out of Town for a Week–NOT!

By Tyler Dawn Rosenquist First of all, I am not going to tell you how to observe this or any other law — that’s your business.  My entire purpose is to address what is and is not written, because frankly there are a lot of misconceptions out there.  A...
Ten Plagues Passover Craft to Keep Kids Engaged

Ten Plagues Passover Craft to Keep Kids Engaged

So… I will be having thirteen children at Passover at my home this year, and they range from baby to school age. Needless to say, I’m working hard to plan a seder that will keep them engaged and learning. After all, one of the commands of Passover is to...