Teach Me To Serve {ebook} Review & Giveaway

We live in a culture that is all about ME! It is counter culture to actually consider others and their needs before ourselves. For that reason, one of the greatest gifts we can give our children is to teach them that the world is not all about them and their needs, but rather someone and something so much greater; Jesus Christ. The One who served us and calls us to do the same. As a parent, there is nothing for joyful for me that serving alongside of my boys and husband! What a great way for our children to know the importance and joy of serving others, than to watch their parents do the same right beside them.  

This week, I am very excited to introduce to you a fantastic resource for parents wanting to raise children who learn the importance of serving others. Kristen Summers from Celebrate Every Day with Me just published her first ebook titled: Teach Me To Serve, 99 Ways For Preschoolers to Serve and Bless Others. This fantastic book goes to the heart of serving and explains why it is so important. It also gives practical ways for children and families to serve their family, neighbors, community, church, and world.

Teach Me To Serve eBook is only $3.99, but you can use the code “cheerios25″ to get 25% off this weekend only!   It’s a quick, easy read that will shallow you within it’s first pages! It is definitely a purchase that is worth making, as it provides you with even more ways to help develop a heart of service in your children.

Teach Me to Serve is also available for your Kindle or Nook too!


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  1. I love my son seeing us give items to his preschools outreach program that collects a different item every month to give to a food pantry to help those in need.

  2. I love putting together shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child with them.

  3. We have a program called Angel Tree at our church and We love to buy presents for our angel three kids.

  4. After helping my 4 year old son get ready for the day, I help him say a morning prayer, read the scriptures, and ask him who he thinks he could serve that day. Sometimes its drawing a picture for someone or getting a big drink of water for his sister when she comes home from practice. It helps him think of others needs.

  5. We donate unused items to our local ministry. Operation Christmas Child is another good one. We’ve also donated food to the food bank recently, my almost 4 year old was so consumed by the fact that some people don’t have enough food to eat. :(

  6. Melissa Busch says:

    I am really looking forward to reading this book. My son is only 2 but want to make sure I start teachings like this during the younger ages especially in these times. Probably some ways that will help me grow as well as a mom and serving in the community.

  7. Melanie Cobb says:

    I love seeing my children want to help others. We are currently working on my son “earning” $ to go and shop to fill his shoebox! It warms tmy heart to see just how much my 4yr old understands about giving!

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