Gentle Road to Jesus, The: Bringing Christ to Every Classroom and Home
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In the hectic scramble of a world that asks us to do everything, be everyone, and make it all look easy, we often lose track of the experiences that really matter most—quiet moments in our homes with our families when we feel the peace of Jesus Christ. The lessons Jesus taught in the homes of His followers were simple. And they were—and are—essential. In The Christ-Centered Home, you will discover how to fill your family's hearts with the principles Jesus taught in the most sacred of classrooms: There is a humility that comes when we invite the Lord into our most private spaces.
Within the hush we hear the gentle whisper of His voice, we experience the touch of His hand, and we feel the prompting to rise. Invite Him in, and experience the added measure of peace, strength, courage, and hope that comes when Jesus Christ becomes the central focus of your home.
Her greatest joy comes from spending time with her husband, Greg, her children, and her grandchildren. For a few minutes every day she leaves the dishes in the sink and writes about the ever-present goodness of God in the ordinary details of her life. Read more at emilybellefreeman. View more products by Emily Belle Freeman. This book is fantastic! The author has taken twelve lessons from the New Testament that Jesus taught in the actual homes of His followers. The idea is to focus on one lesson each month to have a more Christ-centered home by the end of the year.
As there's more and more uncertainty in the world, our homes need to be the place where positive changes are made and each family member can feel a closer connection to Christ. Each chapter starts with the author sharing scriptures, quotes and questions to ponder which would be helpful to read and study in preparation for sharing the lesson.
The lesson itself is pretty short and consists of three parts: The Conversation, which gives scriptures to read together and is a summary of what she talks about; The Connection, where she gives suggestions to connect with and apply the message; and The Celebration, where she includes quick and easy treat ideas.
It's perfect to use for Family Home Evening. The messages in this book are timely and I enjoyed each one of them. One I'm looking forward to sharing with my family is the eighth month, "Forget Your Perfect Offering. She also talks about helping our children remember who they really are and to help each of them find the gifts they have been given by God. There are lots of gems in this book and I'm excited for the amazing discussions that will come from reading and studying each of these topics.
The lessons apply to individuals as well as families so everyone will benefit from reading and applying them. I also love her invitation at the beginning to join this journey and that it's not meant to overwhelm, but simply to enrich. She did a great job of keeping it simple yet powerful. This is a life-changing book and one that I highly recommend! I received a copy of this book from the publisher for an honest review. This book is a collection of lessons or devotionals focusing on how to bring a knowledge of Christ and His messages to the entire family. There are several lessons with stories, personal anecdotes, scriptures, questions and answers and thoughts to teach, inspire, and build a stronger relationship with our savior Jesus Christ.
There are 12 lessons with the idea to focus on each lesson for one month to cover a year of coming closer to Christ.
I like how each section is short, inspiring, and easy to incorporate into a busy life. I like the challenges, promises, and ideas shared. Emily Freeman is a wonderful nonfiction writer and I've read and enjoyed many of her books previously. I'm looking forward to implementing these lessons into my home over the next year. So far, I've especially loved the second month, "Expect Miracles. To think of living our lives to expect miracles because we have been promised so many when we keep God's commandments, do our best, and notice all of our blessings.
The Christ-Centered Home isn't the typical kind of book that I pick up, but as I've been thinking more and more about the obstacles my children are facing and will face I've realized that I need to step up the spiritual teaching my husband and I do at home. I really like how the book is broken up into lessons for twelve months. We try to have a family night each week, and as I read the introduction and the first chapter to myself, I knew that this would be great material for our family night lessons.
The first month says "Invite Him In". I really liked the directive to apply Zacchaeus' story to our lives. We read the ten verses from Luke 19 together, and discussed it focusing on the three important lessons included in the book. The book then directed us to come up with something we could do for the month to invite the Spirit of the Lord into our home. One thing that we've been having a lot of contention over is messes, so our goal was to be more mindful of putting our things away, and helping others with that as well.
It might not scream spirituality, but when we're being kind there is definitely a better feeling in our home. And less clutter helps with peace. This first month was definitely a trial run. Although I thought I noticed a difference in the amount of our messes, I realized when I reviewed it with my family this week that even though I was thinking about our goal throughout the month, it wasn't on the forefront of their minds.
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I wrote the goal down in the book, but didn't hang it up somewhere as advised as a reminder for everyone. I also should have taken the time each week to review it with them. We'll concentrate on it this last week of the month with a visual reminder this time. I'm looking forward to applying the rest of the lessons over the next year. The format is one that seems like it will work well with our family.
The gospel in action is how I would describe this book. Emily Belle Freeman takes stories of the Savior in the New Testament and illustrates how we can use them in our lives. The book is set up in 12 sections. Each chapter is meant to become a conversation for the family for a month.
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This book is meant to be taught in the home for a year. I loved that the book takes the gospel and expounds it in a simple manner. Each chapter has a picture of an old door. I pondered the pictures and realized that it could be a door to our homes and hearts. Are we opening them to Jesus Christ.