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Welcome to our Family Study Plans! Each Bible portion has a craft, meals that bring out the flavor of the readings, a mapping activity to bring the Bible accounts to life, discussion questions to prompt engaging conversations and a weekly prep plan that puts it all together for you and your family!
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Shemot, Hebrew for “Names“, starts out the first 5 chapters of Exodus: From a list of "names" of the Israelite families flourishing in Egypt, to the Burning Bush and YHVH (God)'s big exit plan.
Va'era, Hebrew for “ and I appeared“, starts off as YHVH (God) reveals His plan to Moses, we get a full lineage of Moses and Aaron, Aaron dukes it out with the Priests of Egypt and the first 7 plagues ensue.
Bo, Hebrew for "Come", goes through the final 3 Plagues: Locusts, Darkness and Death. We also see the first Passover and YHVH‘s (God’s) plan to deliver his people out of Pharaoh’s hand.
Beshalach, Hebrew for “When he sent”, starts off with the Israelites leaving Egypt and the dramatic conclusion of the Egyptian army lost to the sea. The joyous highs are met with some grumbling lows, when YHVH’s (God’s) people face bitter water and hunger.
Yitro, Hebrew for “Jethro” starts off with a visit and advice from Yitro (Jethro) followed by Moses’ trek up Sinai and the giving of the Ten Commandments.
Mishpatim, Hebrew for "Judgements" starts off with Judgements, or 'Ordinances' for how YHVH's (God's) people are to conduct themselves when sin happens. Some top that are addressed are freedom, injury and theft and protecting the vulnerable!
Terumah, Hebrew for “Heave Offering” which was the free-will offering each Israelite was allowed to give for the building of YHVH’s sanctuary so that He could dwell with them. In this portion, He goes into beautiful detail about the objects that would be used in this Tabernacle.
Tetzaveh, Hebrew for "You shall command" starts off with the Levitical Priests' garments, with specific detail given to those of the High Priest. Read carefully and you will catch so many important details about the High Priests who now sits at the right hand of our Creator!
Ki-Tisa, Hebrew for “When you take” starts off with with a census and contribution offering for the Tabernacle, instructions for items in it, the infamous golden calf debacle and a remaking of the stone tablets. This portion is full of ups and downs...literally!
Vayakhel-Pekudei, Hebrew for He gathered/countings, is a combination of two portions that are all about the Holy Place: The Tabernacle! From the skilled craftsmen that were anointed to create it, and descriptions of each piece placed in it- this reading is full of detailed descriptions and directions to create this wonder.