If you’re looking for a fun family movie this weekend, check out The Croods. Dreamworks has done a great job in displaying the importance of family in this prehistoric comedy.
The Croods is a 3D, animated adventure that follows the world’s first family as they embark on a journey of a lifetime when the cave that has always shielded them from danger is destroyed. Traveling across a spectacular landscape, the Croods discover an incredible new world filled with fantastic creatures — and their outlook is changed forever. (Written by DreamWorks Animation)
Knowing that some of us don’t embrace the idea of [...] Read More
As part of the all-new JellyTelly, we’re rolling out some fun new series on the JellyTelly blog! An amazing group of parents and bloggers have agreed to be a part of our JellyTelly Parent Board, and you will be hearing from them regularly on our blog. Today, we’re featuring our parents board in a series called JellyTelly Voices. We’ll ask them all one question and see what they have to say!
What does your family look most forward to about spring?
We most look forward to being outside all the time and enjoying every single minute of the mild Dallas weather [...] Read More
We have all understood that the Last Supper, celebrated by Jesus and his disciples on Holy Thursday, was actually the Passover (Seder) meal. Jews were required, by the Law of Moses, to take part in this meal every year to remember the deliverance of the Israelites out of Egypt. Many elements of the Seder meal point to the ultimate deliverance by the Messiah, who will rescue the people from the slavery to sin.
Seder actually means, “order” in Hebrew. This meal has a certain order to it, and it has changed very little in the last 3500 years. When Jesus, the [...] Read More
As part of the all-new JellyTelly, we’re rolling out some fun new series on the JellyTelly blog! An amazing group of parents and bloggers have agreed to be a part of our JellyTelly Parent Board, and you will be hearing from them regularly on our blog. Today, we welcome Stephanie Shepherd.
For our 10th wedding anniversary last August, my husband helped me reorganize and spruce up our homeschool space in our house. One of the biggest projects he tackled was to help me organize the closet that was in the room – it had unfortunately become a catch-all for everything that [...] Read More
Let’s face it, none of us are perfect. We are sinners, in desperate need of a Savior. There are things about us which we probably wouldn’t want strangers to know, much less the church friend who’s sitting next to us at church. Maybe we don’t even go to church…
When we tell our kids that God has created them for a purpose, have we forgotten that we were also created for a purpose? Have we forgotten that God WANTS to use us for His will? I know I forget. I forget that some of the most heroic men and women of [...] Read More
As part of the all-new JellyTelly, we’re rolling out some fun new series on the JellyTelly blog! An amazing group of parents and bloggers have agreed to be a part of our JellyTelly Parent Board, and you will be hearing from them regularly on our blog. Today, we’ll hear from Aaron Conrad.
We’re a music family. Well actually, I am a music fanatic so the rest of the family doesn’t have much of a choice. It’s usually always on and most times, I’m singing it. My girls, as most girls, have taken a liking to Taylor Swift. I’m okay with that and [...] Read More
Today we’re spotlighting a brand-new show on JellyTelly – The Bedbug Bible Gang!
The Bedbug Bible Gang brings Bible stories to life through memorable rhymes, games and sing-along songs. This pint-sized program is perfect for and parents eager to teach biblical truths to the youngest kid in the pew. In each episode, three Bible stories are told—first through rhyme and storybook-style moving pictures, then set to popular preschool songs, and finally through on-screen games.
Click here to watch videos from The Bedbug Bible Gang.
Interview with David Mead
What first gave you the idea for The Bedbug Bible Gang? How do you hope [...] Read More
My son and I are Wizard of Oz freaks! We love the stories, and thoroughly enjoyed the stage production of Wicked when it came to town! When the previews for Oz, the Great and Powerful hit the screens a few months back, we wanted to be sure to see it during its opening weekend!
The synopsis of the movie reads like this: A mischievous magician gains the wisdom to become a powerful ruler after being swept away to a land of magic and mystery as director Sam Raimi and screenwriters Mitchell Kapner and David Lindsay-Abaire (Rabbit Hole) explore the genesis of [...] Read More