Unit Studies For Homeschoolers Centered Around The Biblical Feasts

Unit studies for homeschoolers that focus on Biblical feasts are excellent studies for your children. One of the awesome things about these particular study adventures is you can do it as the actual feasts are occuring throughout the year. All ages will be able to participate and gain insight and wisdom regarding these God ordained appointed times of celebration. You can turn these school days into feast days through creative homeschooling unit studies.
How To Arrange Your Schedule

Unit studies for homeschoolers, in general, are a flexible way to enhance your homeschooling experience for a variety of grade levels at the same time.
Take just 3 weeks out of your homeschool schedule and experience a lifetime of blessings! Celebrate and learn about the Feast of Passover in the spring, the Feast of Pentecost in the summer, and the Feast of Tabernacles in the fall.
Lesson Plan Ideas

Bible Lessons: Teach your children how the truths from these annual feasts can be applied to the Christian walk.
Social Studies/History lessons: Study how the feasts fit into a world history context.
World Geography: Get your children more familiar with Middle Eastern maps.
Home Economics: Develop some simple kitchen cooking projects as a family using delicious Jewish recipes.
Arts/Crafts: Create simple fun projects to encourage your children’s creative talents.
Science: Experience the effect of shaking up cream.
Our Judeo/Christian Heritage
As Christians, there is so very much we can learn from our heritage as grafted in sons and daughters of Abraham. Ephesians 2:13 tells us we are no longer Gentiles by the blood of Jesus and have been brought near near to the nation of Israel. And to make it even more plain, Galatians 3:29 serves as a new will with us being the offspring of Abraham. Hebrew traditions are so rich in culture and life, teaching us much about our Savior and His ways.
Spiritual Growth Through Worship
Each celebration is based on a special time of worship and honor given to the most deserving Father of all. In Leviticus 23, the Lord spoke to Moses declaring the feasts of the Lord as times set apart to worship and remember His goodness. This will enable our hearts to get established on the things that are important to God, which in turn transforms us spiritually.
Do you need more help on putting unit studies for homeschoolers to good use in your home? You can get more FREE details on the Biblical feasts and improving your homeschooling experience.

My Jewish Cookbook For Christians?

My Jewish cookbook will help your family get ready for the Lord’s special feasting times. You and your family are officially invited.
Did you know there has been an open invitation for the past 3500 years?
It is obvious that our culture has been trying to drain the life out of our marriages, our children, and our families. Don’t let that happen to you.
Your family can experience the abundant life that Jesus came to provide. You will have to be pro-active, though. The first thing you can do is ask this: “What can we do to walk in the abundance God has provided for us?”
The answer is our Jewish cookbook. Well, that’s only part of the answer. Let me explain.
Actually, His Biblical feasts are a big part of the answer! If you’re tired of everyone thinking Christians don’t know how to have fun, you can do something about it.
Don’t fall into the trap of thinking the only fun is in worldly celebrations such as New Year’s Day or Halloween. Christianity should have a million times more to offer in how to celebrate than the world.
Contrary to what you may have heard or been taught, God really knows how to have fun, even after having to put up with all our mess. There are meaningful holidays for us to celebrate, but let’s start doing it the Lord’s way.
Just look at Leviticus 23 and Exodus 23 to get an idea of what is available. Our family began to learn more and more about His appointed times of feasting and we were determined to have fun doing it.
As we began to celebrate these times, we noticed a new joy was rising up in us. This is very much needed in these times of great change. We also saw our family being knit together like never before!
Now getting started was a bit of a challenge at first. It seemed very strange to be celebrating these feasts, when no one around us had even heard of them.
We started collecting Jewish recipies and then decided to put together a Jewish cookbook.
You may think it is strange to celebrate Hebrew feasts as a Christian, but remember: we are grafted in and have become the seed or offspring of Abraham through Christ. Galatians 3:29.
Jewish dishes with strange names like “blintzes and tzimmes” may not be what you are used to. We had so much fun, though and discovered many awesome dishes as we checked out some Jewish cookbooks.
So our family started off by celebrating the Passover every year, which is the source of the practice of having Communion. We made it a fun time, full of music and delicious foods. Our kids looked forward to these fun times.
God’s desire is for us to taste and see His goodness, especially during His times to party. That’s why we created an easy Jewish cook book to help you get started.
Please don’t miss out on these great times of blessing and excitement for your family. We are excited about providing you with this opportunity to put our Jewish cookbook to good use and TASTE AND SEE THE LORD’S GOODNESS.
To get some additional FREE details on how you can start celebrating the Biblical feasts, just follow the link.

Celebrate Jesus and Watch Your Family Be Transformed

3 Minutes Will Change Your Family Forever!

To celebrate Jesus every day and see that celebration influence my family and everyone I encounter is my constant hope. You and your family can put the same life-giving influence to work in your lives. I trust these questions and answers will propel you down that path.

Q. Does celebrating Jesus bring success in THIS life?

A. Being a Christian doesn’t mean that you and your family have to be doormats. Jesus didn’t let the world run Him over. He laid down His life freely as act of love and obedience. He was the most successful person to walk the face of the earth. Your family can enjoy the same success He did right now, by learning how to celebrate His life of love.

Q. How can I celebrate Jesus’ life?

A. The most obvious answer is to imitate Him with excitement. That’s easier said than done. It all starts with laying down your life and declaring Jesus to be your Lord, which means master. The saying part is still important because it keeps the door of hope open to becoming more like Him. Through constantly praising Christ, reading and confessing Scripture, and walking in the fruit of the Holy Spirit, we move closer to being able to imitate Jesus.

Q. Is it really possible for me to be like Jesus was?

A. Jesus was and is much more than someone to admire. His life revealed to us how to gain victory in every circumstance of life. You and your family can love like He did, forgive like He did, and walk in victory like He did. Now, that’s a lot to get excited about. Jesus even pronounced that we could do greater works than He did. Let’s not sell ourselves short.

Q. Does Jesus want us to celebrate the Jewish festivals?

A. Let’s not make this too complicated. Part of celebrating Jesus is imitating His life and Scripture tells us He did participate in the Feasts. The Last Supper was actually the Feast of Passover. Jesus also participated in the Feast of Tabernacles as described in John 7. These appointed times of feasting were established by God for the Jewish people to observe. The feasts gave them continual opportunities to honor and remember God’s place in their lives. I firmly believe this is true for Christians also.

Q. What spiritual meaning does the Passover Lamb hold for us?

A. In the New Testament, Jesus is called “our Passover.” God sent His Son, the Passover Lamb, so that we all could have access to being transformed from death to life. Everything that is separated from God is moving to destruction. Just watch the news to see evidence of this. He gave the Israelites the Passover feast to mark their change from slaves to being a free people. This was only the starting point of the process of their transformation. And it is through Jesus alone that we are able to celebrate OUR movement from death to life.

During the past 10 years, our family has discovered lots of cool ideas about how to celebrate Jesus. One thing we definitely need is more chances to bring times of celebration into our homes. Come right now to get some more ideas for your family to celebrate the  Biblical feasts.