Sabbath ideas

Hey everyone. I found a site named Sabbathideas.org that gives lots of things to do on Sabbath. I will add one to this space each week. Here is the first one.

Fill a backpack full of good things for a homeless person, and then find someone to give it to.

You can purchase cheap second hand backpacks and warm clothing at charity shops, and food and personal hygiene items at discount stores also. For around $20 (depending what country you live in, of course) you can give many comforts to someone who has practically nothing!

Some ideas for the backpack’s contents (but by no means are limited to) include:

Personal Grooming:
Fingernail clippers / fingernail files, comb, tooth brush, tooth paste, soap (and soap holding container), toilet paper, deodorant, wipes

Clothing:
Gloves, beanie, warm socks, scarf, rain jacket.

Other:
A blanket, shelter tarp, space blanket, freezer bags / snap lock bags to protect whatever the homeless has left, small umbrella

Nutrition related:
Can opener, plastic spoons, mug, and various food items

Hope:
A book…

Go through all the world….

I have missed you all terribly. I have been thinking about each of you and this site, and thought about traveling. The first Christians spread the word of the gospel throughout the known world “at the time.”

 

Where would you like to travel and share the gospel?

sabbath kids

We are going to post fun, new Sabbath games in  which are educational and fun. Plus, we have Lego and cartoon  videos. We also have  a blog and we have related websites like ed-tunes, Tommy nelson, and more. We also have coloring you can print you will love it.

Happy 2014

So a major goal was reached today when Sabbathkids.com reached 100,000 hits today. Nearly 83,000 of them in 2013 alone. We can’t thank you enough for your support. Bigger and better things are on the horizon for 2014.

What is the reason for the season?

With the holiday season in full swing, so many things get lost in the shuffle. Let’s just make sure it’s not Jesus.

  • Some focus on the date Jesus is born and not why he was born
  • Others say a pagan holiday was adopted to make it more palatable
  • Others say it’s too commercial

Yet those in favor of the holidays say

  • With all the talk of Christmas, it’s the time when people bring up Jesus more than any other time.
  • There are so many stories of people thinking of others first at this time of year. How can that be bad.
  • It’s the time of year when families can get together.

What holiday traditions do you share that puts Jesus first. Giving thanks before eating? Christmas music at church?

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