I have been asked a few times what Audrey does during her Faith in God time. This is how we do Faith in God over here. (I was going to load my checklist, but I can't figure out how to load a document, so you just get an explanation.)
Audrey has a checklist I printed off for her that tells her what to do each day.
Every day she prays and reads her scriptures. She grabs the kitchen timer, says her prayers, then sets the timer for 5 minutes to read Scriptures. I decided this year that she would read from the Scripture Readers. My parents bought these for us a few years back and we use them for our morning devotionals as well. Audrey wasn't doing so well reading straight from the scriptures, so we're giving this a shot to see if it helps her understand what is going on better.
After the timer goes off, she sets it again for 5 minutes and does one of the following:
Works on Faith in God Goals, Writes in her S.O.A.P. notebook, works on memorization, or writes in her personal journal.
On Tuesdays she works on Faith in God goals. For her Goals, she decides what goal she wants to work on and writes the page number down on her sheet (it is in a page protector so she can use a dry erase marker on it). Then she asks herself some questions: What do you need to do to accomplish the goal? Can you do it alone or do you need Mom's help? How long witll it take to finish?
Wednesdays are for S.O.A.P. Her S.O.A.P. notebook is a place to ponder and study specific scriptures I choose for her. Again, she sets her timer for 5 minutes and gets to work.
S is for Scripture: She reads and copies the scripture I have assigned her for the day.
O is for Observation: What does this scripture mean?
A is for Application: How does God want me to apply this scripture to my life today?
P is for Prayer: Keep a prayer in your heart, asking God to help you apply this scripture to your life today.
Thursdays are her memorization day. Currently she is working on the Articles of Faith since she needs to pass those off for her Faith in God award. When she has passed those off we will start working on other scriptures such as scripture mastery, common verses, verses from her S.O.A.P, ect.
On Fridays she writes in her personal journal. She can write whatever she wants. She just has to work for 5 minutes.
She does not have a Monday assignment because that is her Options day where she is at school all day.
At the end of each day she is instructed to come talk to me about what she accomplished, what she learned, and what she read about.
When she turns 12 this box will become her personal progress box.
1 year ago