advent study…

Two years ago, while searching the web for something meaningful to do with my children during the Christmas season, I found Eleanor Zweigle’s Family Advent Study.  We downloaded it (freely!!) and I printed out a copy for each of my kids and we began a month long inductive Bible study.  We loved it and I think now it’s become a Christmas tradition for our family.


Eleanor Zweigle and her daughter-in-law Aisling Zweigle have put together a beautiful family Bible study using the inductive method of Bible study.  Eleanor has written the lessons and Aisling has drawn beautiful illustrations that can be colored by younger children as they listen to the Biblical account of the coming Messiah read to them.   Older children can read the Scripture passage and follow the instructions themselves or a family can sit together and slowly savor the moments of studying God’s Word together.


Just this morning I received an email from Mrs. Zweigle letting me know that her 2010 Advent Study is available now online… freely again! 


Today, I’m joining Brenda for the 19th day of her gratitude challenge…. And, today I am grateful for Eleanor and Aisling Zweigle and their generosity in offering a free and beautiful family Bible study… and I’m looking forward to studying about the Messiah with my family again this year.

Categories advent, faith, grateful, gratitude, homeschool, parenting

4 thoughts on “advent study…

  1. Oh this is great, Heidi! I'm excited and think we'll do the Advent Study too! We've only done the Advent calendars in the past where you just flip open a door for more-or-less just a countdown until Christmas. This Bible study looks just right. Thanks for the link. 🙂

  2. Thank you for this great resource. We LOVE Advent. We spend more time on Advent then on any other subject in December. I'll definitely check this out.

  3. We haven't done that study yet – at least, we haven't done the complete study. I tend to pull things from various places. I'm so grateful for all of the great free resources available on the web.

  4. I'm going to ck this one out~sounds really cool! Thanks for sharing it! hugs!

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