WEEK 5 | COMMANDMENT 6
WEEK 6 | COMMANDMENT 7
WEEK 7 | COMMANDMENT 8
WEEK 8 | COMMANDMENTS 9 & 10
Nashville based author and speaker Annie F. Downs gave great insight and tips on how you can better keep the Sabbath day holy; these tips were taken from a story posted on her Instagram page. Check out some of these tips below:
If you'd like to hear more from Annie and her insight into the Sabbath, check out this episode on her podcast That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs.
We had the honor of having Jen Wilkin come and speak with us; she shared her heart behind her book Ten Words to Live By and broke down how the 10 Commandments can lead us to live in freedom.
We want to challenge everyone: families, children, small groups to memorize the Ten Commandments! Memorizing God’s Word is a powerful tool and an important part of our spiritual development, and we want to do it as a church, together! Psalm 119:11
Remembering the 10 Commandments can be difficult. But no worries! Count Dracula and Frankenstein are here to help you out! Get your fingers ready for the 10 Commandments!
Breaking down scripture, line by line, is a great way to understand the context of each passage in order to dig deeper into the meaning. Our desire for this resource is that you would download it, use it as a resource during your quiet time, or print it out as a conversation starter for your family or small group.
Click below to watch how the 10 Commandments are broken down into three main sections and how you can remember the "Do Not's" in a fun acrostic!
As you learn the verses each week, we want to hear from you! Show us the creative ways that you are learning scripture by tagging us in your posts and stories on social media. It could be a video of yourself or your family reciting scripture, or a picture at the dinner table working on it together!
Tag us @NewVisionLife #NVTheTen
In Ten Words to Live By, Jen Wilkin reminds readers of the life-giving power of God’s perfect law for the believer. The Ten Commandments are words about obedience and holiness—timeless in their importance and wisdom—spoken by God to a nation recently set free. Yet today these same words are often misunderstood, forgotten, or simply ignored.