Discipleship with Stones & Rocks

I love combining subjects and themes!7-stones-300x240

Our Nature Study and Outdoor Hour Challenge (OHC) theme for this month is

ROCKS

It works wonderfully with a Bible Study!

Here’s your free week’s discipleship with stones and rocks ~ Discipleship with Rocks and Stone

stones & rocks 1

Each day presents a simple practical outdoor activity, provides prompts for personal reflection, includes some relevant scriptures and suggests an application.

stones & rocks 2Inspired by Leef met hart & siel (A South African Christian Magazine) November 2012.

Enjoy!

Blessings,

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9 thoughts on “Discipleship with Stones & Rocks

  1. We are studying earth science this semester with Classical Conversations, and I’m always looking for ways to show how everything points back to our Wonderful Creator. (Creating unity in diversity, because it really is all by Him, for Him, and to Him.)

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    Blessings to you from the other side of the world! Brandy, Half-a-Hundred Acre Wood

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  2. Thank you Nadene.this is so simple and yet full of meaning from Biblical perspective.I remember doing a study on Rocks with my older boys & they loved it. After 14yrs, they still have the project hanging on their bedroom wall. God bless you for sharing! xxoo

    • @LifeandLearning, what a contrast – we collected pebbles on the beach this weekend – in the blazing summer sun! Enjoy your rock Bible study when the snow melts! Blessings!

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