Help Your Child Understand Easter: A 5-Part Bible Study

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Many parents would agree that children should wait until they are older to see the acclaimed movie The Passion of the Christ, which graphically depicts the horrible violence that Jesus Christ endured before giving His life on the cross.

For the most part, children in our culture are privileged enough to be insulated from the reality and “scariness” of death. Death and life, however, are at the core of the Christian message exemplified by Good Friday and Easter and remembered each Sunday. How much does your child understand that message?

Children need to know that dying was Jesus Christ’s reason for living on earth. They also need to know about Jesus’ resurrection three days later. As a parent, you can have the wonderful privilege of talking with your child about these important truths. The Easter season (which only begins with Easter Sunday) is great time to do this.

The following mini-lessons are designed for you to download, print out, review with a Bible in hand and then read with your child. These lessons will help you give your child a greater appreciation and understanding of the purpose of Jesus Christ’s life, death and resurrection.

Ultimately, these five mini-lessons will encourage your child to join God’s family.

Jesus said, “Let the little children come to Me.” Parents can do that by providing their kids with fun, faith-based resources designed to bring the Bible to life in a real way.  A good place to start looking for material of this nature is Focus on the Family’s Odyssey Adventure Club. Sign your children up for a membership today. You won’t regret it!

Tim Sanford

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Tim Sanford is a licensed professional counselor with over 20 experience as a clinician.  He is an author and a member of the Focus on the Family counseling team.
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