I’m so excited to give you all this freebie today! I mean, you get a book, not the cute kid making muffins up there. He’s mine. All mine.
I’ve been getting Malachi into the kitchen with me more and more since we started working our way through Katie’s Kids Cook Real Food eCourse a few weeks ago. (The class isn’t open to join right now, but I love it so much that I’m sweet talking Katie into offering you a special promo here in a couple of weeks.) I’ve been amazed to watch Malachi’s skills improve and his confidence grow in just a short time.
I’d say I’m working myself out of a job, except that I’m finding that more than turning over the kitchen to my kids – I much prefer working side by side with them there. Some of our best conversations, our most fun inside jokes, and our most relaxed opportunities for teachable moments have come when we’re working in the kitchen together.
Parents – pull your kids into the kitchen with you! For so many reasons – from cooking skills to conversation opportunities – I feel this is important.
This leads me to the freebie I want all of you to have today.
Fill ‘Em Up! is one of the very first eBooks I wrote – based on fun and meaningful experiences I have had with my own kids or with teenagers from church. It is written for parents or teachers of children ages 4-18 (give or take). And actually, some of the ideas work for adult Bible lessons too. I’ll be using the “Homemade Butter in a Jar” idea this weekend with a group of ladies I study with.
Fill ‘Em Up! contains seven recipes, and each recipe is accompanied by two Bible lessons (one suggested for use with children ages 4-10, the other suggested for use with children 11-18).
The recipes and character lessons included are:
- Pizza Casserole (A Lesson on Building Our Faith)
- Honey Wheat Muffins (A Lesson on Using Our God Given Gifts)
- Peanut Butter Fudgies (A Lesson About Following a Godly Leader)
- Homemade Butter in a Jar (A Lesson About Being Transformed)
- Fruitie Smoothies (A Lesson About Filling Ourselves with Goodness)
- Chocolate Chip Cookies vs. Sugar Cookies (A Lesson About Not Comparing Ourselves with Others)
While you spend special time cooking and baking with your kids and filling their tummies…you also experience the joy of discussing God’s word together, which will fill their hearts with His wisdom. Thus the name…Fill ‘Em Up! What a fun way to study God’s word together!
This eBook is for sale in our shop here.
But wouldn’t you rather get it for FREE?
Well, of course.
For one week only, we’re giving this eBook away for free to anyone who wants it! Click here to access this freebie.
I’m super excited to share that signing up for these freebies will connect you to our new Heavenly Homemaker’s Learning Zone. It’s free, of course. You can unsubscribe at any time, your info will never be shared or sold, and being on this list means that you’ll be the first to know of the other fun (yes, FUN!) educational tools we’re putting together!
P.S. If you are already subscribed to Heavenly Homemaker’s Learning Zone, you should have received an email yesterday giving you instant access to this freebie. Look in your inbox for the subject: A Free Kids Recipes and Character Training Book For You!
I can’t download the lessons. It keeps saying “oops. page not found”
Yikes, sorry about that! Here’s the correct link: http://forms.aweber.com/form/23/280075023.htm
Alicia Pettett says
I put in the password but nothing happens. Am I missing something?
Hmm, all I can think of is that the password is case sensitive, so maybe that’s why it isn’t working for you? Let me know!
I tried it again and finally got it to work. Thanks!
I can’t download your freebie–and I want to, ’cause it sounds fascinating! When I click on the link it tells me “! YOU ARE ALREADY SUBSCRIBED.” And that’s it. Any ideas?
Look in your inbox for an email from yesterday that says, “A Free Kids Recipes and Character Training Book For You” I sent that out yesterday to current Learning Zone subscribers. It has the link to download. If you can’t find it, let me know!
Thanks, that did it! (I never claimed to be good at following directions…)
I had to copy and paste the password from the email to get it to work.