Monday, April 2, 2007


Easter is one of the most significant of our Christian holidays, for without Christ's resurrection there would be no salvation. I tell my girls that, while it is a lot of fun to eat chocolate bunnies and hunt for eggs, Easter is the celebration of Christ's resurrection from the dead.

Here are some links to aid you in teaching your child about the true meaning of Easter.

I will write another post for "springtime" activities and crafts that you may find useful for this time of year, but I wanted to emphasize that Easter is the celebration of Christ's resurrection. How do you teach your child the true meaning of Easter?

resurrection photo courtesy of


Lisa said...

Wow! What a linkfully-helpful post - that must've taken you some time! Great job!

I've added you to this parenting blogroll:

Revka said...

Hi, Lisa!
Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment. I really appreciate ti, and I'm very glad you found this post helpful. Thanks for adding me to the Blog Roll. :) I hope you come back often.

Char said...

Thanks for the great ideas. I hope you have a wonderful Easter!