A Sense of the Resurrection {review & giveaway}

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As a Christian mom and minister’s wife, I am always on the lookout for great Christ-centered curriculum. Several weeks ago, one of my affiliates emailed with a the announcement of her newest ebook. I was beyond excited!!

A Sense of the Resurrection {review & giveaway}

If you’re a fan of Truth in the Tinsel, you are going to love Amanda’s newest ebook – A Sense of the Resurrection. This one, which comes just in time for Easter, is centered around Christ and His Resurrection. I was so excited to look through this wonderful new resource and I was not disappointed!!

The subtitle of this book is “an Easter Experience for Families” and I love that so much!! This isn’t geared to one specific age – it’s for families. Amanda challenges us to help our children experience, truly experience, the power of Jesus Christ.

A Sense of the Resurrection
Each chapter in the book is laid out with the same 5 parts: Sense, Scripture, Activity, Talk and Optional Printable Flag. This book really is all about bringing the experience of the resurrection to life, rather than just memorizing the scriptures, details and facts. That’s what makes it so great for toddlers – adults!

Yes, there are hands-on activities in this ebook as well. She gives a detailed supply list at the beginning of the book, so you can get prepared easily without having to look through each and every lesson. It’s broken down into sections so it’s easy to read and find the supplies in your stash of craft and household supplies. As a Type A personality – that made me smile more than it probably should have!

A Sense of the Resurrection

She also gives some great tips and ideas on sharing about Christ’s death with your kids. That is not the easiest subject to conquer, as we found out two years ago when my Dad died suddenly. She does a wonderful job of showing ways we can still share the reality of Christ’s death, but also allow them to keep their childlike faith and innocence. I was extremely impressed with her ideas and approach to such a difficult subject.

As I looked through each days lesson and craft I was pleasantly surprised! Amanda did such a wonderful job of putting together the Scripture readings and bringing out the senses and really helping everyone to focus on more than just the events of the resurrection. The crafts pair wonderfully with each days focus, yet they are simple enough that anyone can participate. They also do a great job of serving as lasting reminders about every lesson and sense learned and discussed during the 12 days.

I am so excited to get started on this with my kids!! And now one of you can too!!! Amanda is giving away a copy to ONE LUCKY WINNER!!! But until March 28th, you can use code: OHEASTER to take off 20% from your ebook!!! Note: if you order the ebook and then win the giveaway, your money will be refunded, so you don’t have to wait to buy it!!

 

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Annette has been married to her husband and best friend since 2003. Together they are raising their six children to follow the Lord’s will, no matter what. Annette longs for the day when she will meet all her angel babies who have entered heaven before her. She enjoys creating fun and engaging printables, unit studies and curriculum for homeschool families. You can follow her crazy life at In All You Do where she blogs about marriage, parenting, and homeschooling all while maintaining her sanity. She is also the owner of Thrifty Homeschoolers, where she shares free printables and resources from around the web as well as deals on curriculum and homeschooling resources. You can also keep up with her via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
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  1. Easter is another one of those holidays that I LOVE to celebrate. I am trying to focus on the real or true reason why we celebrate it. I am on the lookout for Christian resources and activities to make the lessons come alive. I piece things together each year, but it would be nice to win this and have material already prepared. It would be most helpful. We use Resurrections Eggs, Cookies, and Rolls as a way to discuss Jesus and his resurrection. We also do several hands-on religious cross and resurrection crafts in addition to reading MANY Christian books about Easter. This year I want to do more service learning projects as a countdown to Easter and I would like to be more intentional with our Easter tree (Ann Voskamp). Honestly, this year I would love to have a few of my daughter’s friends over for an Easter party with either the resurrection eggs or the glow eggs, but i am not sure I could get it together in time. Thank you for the opportunity to win this study. I have been considering getting it since it was released. We use the Truth in Tinsel every Christmas.

    1. Thanks @disqus_iSu8uW9UU9:disqus!!

    2. @disqus_iSu8uW9UU9:disqus you will LOVE this!!! Sounds like you do quite a bit already and this would only add another dimension!! Good luck!

    3. I need to somehow simplify things this year, but its hard to eliminate certain activities because they are our favorites and we love them all. Yes, this study would definitely add another dimension and possibly give me more directions as to what I want and need to do for Easter. Thank you again for sharing this giveaway.

  2. I love celebrating Easter with my kids. There is so much to do.

    1. You are so right, @tammy_cordery:disqus!!!

  3. We read devotionals and do crafts. I’d love to try out this resource. I used Truth in the Tinsel and your ornaments at Christmas and my kiddos loved it! 🙂

  4. Thanks for reviewing this. It looks so good!

  5. We do an Easter egg hunt at church and use resurrection eggs at home . I would love to do some more meaningful things to honor our Lord . This book looks great
    Christy

  6. I would love to do the resurrection eggs with my kids.

  7. I just got Egglo Eggs. They are glow in the dark eggs and have a storybook about the resurrection. Having a little glow party will probably become a new tradition. We also celebrate with our church. I provide the easter activities for 60 kids. It has become tradition for my entire family to be involved.

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