When I first started homeschooling back in 2002, I read this book by Marilyn Boyer called Home Educating With Confidence. It’s been a long time since that day, but one thing has stuck with me from this book for close to 14 years.
The concept that our homes can be filled with Scripture on the walls, and that this will impact our children for Christ.
I’ve never had a lot of money to invest in art for my walls, so for a long time I didn’t do much about the idea. I used window markers to write Bible verses on the windows. That was pretty cool. As my budget has increased, I’ve picked up a few things to hang on the wall that have Bible verses.
But at the end of the day? Scripture printables like the ones I offer on my website are something I can easily and affordably print, frame and place around my home – switching them out at will for special occasions and certain needs. I’m providing a free download link for our Christmas printable at the end of this post. If you are looking for something a little different, try these instead:
I especially love to pull out all the stops at Christmas time, and I’ve created this printable chalkboard art for both purposes. Deck the walls all about Jesus! The free printable Christmas chalkboard print features the beginning of a Bible verse from Isaiah 9:6.
For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
Need a last minute Christmas chalkboard printable? Print this one out exact size – the design is perfectly sized for an 8 x 10 frame. If you prefer, you can trim the edges and laminate instead. This Christmas printable makes a lovely gift or decoration. It prints beautifully in black and white or color.
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