A Family Magazine That Feeds Your Faith
In a way, this scenario parallels the way we often approach our family's faith.
Just as we don't think too much about dinner until our children express their hunger, we sometimes neglect to give ample thought to our family's spiritual growth and our children's walk with Christ. We get caught up in the busyness of life, leaving little room to intentionally nurture our kids' faith. That's where the What's for Dinner? magazine comes in. We created it as a "last-minute" solution to help you feed your family's faith.You might be thinking, "Another magazine? What's so special about this one?" Well, the beauty of What's for Dinner? lies in its simplicity. Just like preparing a meal from scratch can be time-consuming and overwhelming, some resources for nurturing our children's faith require extensive planning and preparation. But with this magazine, there's no need for advance prep. It's designed to make things easier for parents and caregivers who want to incorporate faith-based conversations and activities into their daily lives.
When you open the pages of What's for Dinner?, you unlock a world of God-centered conversations and adventures.
This quarterly publication is tailored specifically for Christian families with young kids (4-11). It serves as a valuable resource to foster meaningful discussions, teach biblical truths, and inspire a love for God and His Word. The magazine is filled with engaging stories, easy-peasy devotions, games, puzzles, and age-appropriate activities that are sure to capture your child's attention. Each issue is carefully crafted to nurture their faith in a way that's fun and relatable. Whether you have a preschooler or a preteen, you'll find content that resonates with their unique stage of spiritual development. What's for Dinner? goes beyond the traditional magazine format. It encourages parents to actively participate in their children's faith journey. The stories and activities are designed to spark conversation and create opportunities for parents and kids to explore their faith together. It's not just about reading; it's about experiencing faith as a family.The magazine also features practical tips and suggestions for incorporating faith into everyday life. From mealtime games and bedtime rituals to family outings and community service ideas, What's for Dinner? equips parents with practical tools to help them integrate faith into their family's daily routine. In a world filled with distractions and competing priorities, nurturing our children's faith can sometimes take a backseat. Just as we scramble to find dinner options when caught off guard, our family's faith journey may suffer from neglect if we don't actively engage.
That's why the What's for Dinner? magazine exists—to provide a simple yet effective solution for busy parents who want to feed their children's faith.
So, the next time your child asks, "What's for dinner?" let it serve as a gentle nudge to also consider, "What's for our family's faith?" Open the pages of What's for Dinner? and embark on an adventure that nourishes the soul, strengthens family bonds, and cultivates a lifelong love for God. With this magazine in hand, you can create lasting memories and feed your children's faith, one page at a time.