This public school webpage contains resources for teaching character traits.
Al Menconi Ministries is an evangelical, non-denominational para-church ministry. Their mission is to educate and equip Christian parents and leaders to communicate biblical values in the home and church. They accomplish this through:
- Evaluating today's entertainment from a biblical perspective.
- Educating Christians about the values and influences of today's entertainment.
- Encouraging Christians to set standards and choices consistent with God's Word.
- Equipping Christians to teach values through Christian music.
Al Menconi Ministries offers a balanced, responsible, biblical approach that teaches Christians how to think, rather than just what to think. A crucial aspect of this ministry concerns the entertainment media. In the spiritual warfare of this life, entertainment is the often ammunition that shoots down our faith. Before a parent or teacher can really teach positive biblical values, they must first help young people to control the entertainment media in their lives.
The Educators Network is a closely knit group of 'Teacher-Only' sites - that is, we focus on the needs of teachers, particularly K-12 educators. Our goal is to help teachers save time and money by maximizing their online experience. All our sites are available for Free to educators around the world.
The Character Journal is a free e-zine sent periodically to those who request it. It is designed to encourage and assist parents teaching Godly character qualities to their children. It includes suggested Bible studies, projects and ideas to help apply the quality.
At Big Idea, they know how difficult it can be to find activities for your children. With all the video games, internet and TV competing for their attention you may find yourself longing for the days when kids actually got up off the chair and ... well, did something! They've assembled a few outstanding activities for you and your kids right here in their little corner of cyberspace. They've got two varieties of activities from which to choose: One-child-one-parent activities and large-group activities. Either way, you and your little ones will always have something fun to do!