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May 12, 2020

Milk, Cheese, Eggs, Households of Faith Kit—Stay-at-Home Inventory Complete!
You can increase the spiritual awareness of your home with LHM's new Households of Faith Kit. Its many resources will help make the place where you live more spiritually vibrant and more hospitable to those who come to visit.

Kit contents include a 150-page monograph based on Barna Group research: Households of Faith: The Rituals and Relationships That Turn a Home into a Sacred Space. Here, essays, data, graphs, illustrations, stories, suggestions, and more offer valuable insights on how to make your home a spiritually active and vibrant place. Also inside you will find three Helping Your Child booklets by Mary Oldfield. They are HYC: Have a Relationship with God, HYC: Grow Through Faith Conversations, and HYC: Welcome Others. Each of these booklets is full of ideas, anecdotes, Scripture references, and helpful takeaways for parents with children.

The kit's Vibrant Conversations Deck of cards is a great way to play your favorite card games and get people talking about God and faith at the same time. Use the deck's 52 questions and prompts to spark conversations during game night, as an ice-breaker game with your Bible study group, or as a fun Q&A resource to jump start discussions.

Additional kit resources include the book, The Spiritually Vibrant Home by LHM's Content Manager, Rev. Don Everts; a small group study DVD; three pocket-sized children's booklets; and a 30-Days of Household Devotions booklet by Dr. Kari Vo, LHM's theological writer. The contents of this kit will help households come together during these days of social distancing.

You can order a Households of Faith Kit from LHM for $37 from the LHM storefront. You can get there by clicking here.

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