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The Story of Jonah

The story of Jonah spending three days in the belly of a whale is one that many of us remember from our early days in Sunday school. But what else should we know about Jonah so we can better understand our God and this story? Learn more below. The Name Jonah’s name translates into “dove.”…


What You Don’t Know About the Resurrection

The Bible goes into great detail to describe the documented ways that Jesus’s tomb was protected. This protection was done to ensure that the disciples would not steal His body, and the details were shared in the Bible so that it could not be claimed that the Resurrection was a lie. As you learn more…


Creative Easter Eggs

Decorating Easter eggs is a great way to get the entire family involved in a hands-on activity. This year, are you looking for creative new ways for you and your family to decorate Easter eggs? Take a look at these fun, simple styles that are perfect for every age. Marbled Eggs What You Need: *Small…


Answered Prayer in the Bible

Have you ever prayed to God and found yourself wishing that He would speak out loud, like in days of Moses and Samuel? Without God actually speaking out loud, you might doubt that He hears you. But the Bible reassures us multiple times that God hears us and answers our prayers! Take a look at…


Which Community Service Should Your Family Try?

As you’re researching the wide variety of community service options, you might be wondering how to make the right choice for you and your family. We’re here to help! Here are a few questions you should consider before you start searching: How old are your children? What are they passionate about? What are some of…


David and Goliath: The True Story

When we think of David and Goliath, we tend to picture David as a small, weak shepherd who grabbed the first weapon he could find and crossed his fingers. We imagine an inferior weapon, limited resources, and a great deal of luck — but that isn’t the real story. And if that isn’t the real story,…


Make Bible Time a Habit

While we all want to dedicate time to reading the Bible, it can be hard to commit to doing so every day. But don’t stress! By taking these few steps, you can turn reading your Bible into a healthy daily habit. Start Small. Don’t get too ambitious; you’ll get overwhelmed! Remember that you want quality…


New Year’s Resolutions for Catholics

There’s no better time than New Year’s to set goals that will improve you and your life! Instead of setting the same old resolutions to “get in shape,” “eat healthier,” or “do something new every day,” why not set some Christ-centered goals this year? Here are a few suggestions for you and your family to…


Why a Catholic Education?

By choosing a Catholic private school, you’re equipping your child with the tools for lifelong success! Thanks to the rigorous academic standards of private schools in Orlando school, many Catholic school grads have impressive resumes. Take a look at a few of the top benefits of a Catholic education. College Graduation Rates Catholic schools hold…


Advent Traditions to Start

Advent is a time of preparation as we wait to celebrate the coming of Christ. It’s a special season and the perfect time to start new family traditions! These traditions will help your family spend time together and focus on the real meaning of the season. Create an Advent Wreath Advent is about joyful waiting…