Are you a Christian who… for what ever reason likes the idea of losing a bit of weight?
Have you wondered what a Christian approach might be to losing weight?
Check out Slim With Him: A guide to slimming the biblical way. According to Amazon:
Slim with Him is a guide to slimming in an effortless way. It uses the grace that has been freely given to us by Christ, and encourages us to get closer to God, so that our needs will be met through Him, rather than food or a crash diet.
Welcome to the school holidays! If you don’t have kids, this probably means an easier journey to work, if you do this probably means you, or someone else needs to come up with ways to stop the little darlings from watching nothing but Cbeebies all day long.
But what can be done to entertain young Christian families throughout the holidays? Well Sofa is here to help*.
Here is our list of ways to keep Christian families entertained during the school holidays…
Compile a list of all the local holiday clubs. GET TO ALL OF THEM.
Learn a Bible verse a day.
Colour in pencil drawings of crosses.
Picnics! AKA portable communions…
Go on a family pilgrimage. (Possibly to the local cheap family friendly pub)
Take all your toilet rolls and try recreating the Tower of Babel.
Encourage the smalls ones to make a joyful noise! Joyful… may mean screaming…
Build a castle out of left over Bible study notes.
Is it raining outside? Time to encourage baptisms in the puddles.
When all else fails… 80s Christians movies on Youtube? (On second thoughts dont do that. Some of them are quite scary!)
A while back, Sofa had the rare chance to find himself at a 100th birthday celebration. As is how my mind works, I wondered. What if there was a Christian way for celebrating each one of those 100 birthdays?
I couldn’t find 100 ways so I’d like to present the, Not A 100 Ways To Celebrate a Christian Birthday…. (Affiliate links are below)
Give the birthday boy / girl a new Bible.
Give socks with holes in.
Bless them with cake.
Supply some Communion Wine for the birthday meal.
Take them on a tour around interesting local churches.
Bless them by sharing the cake.
Bless them with a Holy Spirit.
Give them a Holy Kiss.
Church Crawl at Communion time.
Throw them in some water. Call it a baptism.
Create a lego model of them dressed up as a minister.