August 12- August 18 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids, Overcome Evil with Good

It is week 32 in the Come Follow Me manual! I can’t believe how fast time has gone! The title of the lesson is Overcome Evil with Good. There are so many good materials this week, per the norm. This song flip chart is a favorite of mine! The Jesus flip page activity works well when it is used throughout the entire week, a bit of reading each night. The coloring page and stop sings are fun too! However, the  Follow in His Footsteps game board and players are get out of town excellent! ADORABLE! AMAZING! Don’t miss this week!

On Instagram we give you extra support. I do LIVE every Tuesday morning, the same day the email goes to our members and the same day it goes live on the blog, to talk about each item. If you feel like this post is vague, find us there. I save the LIVE to my Instagram TV so it can always be found for easy reference. Our goal is to give you as much support as possible so you can teach the Come Follow Me curriculum in your home with ease and joy.

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Best of luck this week in your efforts at home!


Much love,

Come Follow Me FHE Team

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