Today's world is filled with different beliefs but, we believe, the same truths. Love thy neighbor. You Reap what you Sow. We are stewards of the earth and each other. Treat others as you would like to be treated. There is a larger power at play in the Universe. Parents around the world, no matter what religious belief, culture or lifestyle their household embraces, teach these values to their children through the timeless tales. Use these stories with your children to enhance their knowledge, respect for others and have fun!
The Golden Thread of Truth is available for Youth Ministry and Home Schooling Programs. Each month's curriculum includes four-one hour programs including stories, crafts and discussion guide for K-3. Advanced material for Tweens included as well as Interactive Activities for Teens to deepen their understanding. Click Here to Learn More
This month’s stories come from the Torah, the Jewish sacred text. See Entire Lesson Here The Torah is the foundation of a child’s Jewish education. It is read publicly every year.
In Judaism, it is common to share the story of Jonah and the Whale during the afternoon of Yom Kipper since the story shares of God’s willingness to forgive those who repent. Jonah is also mentioned in the Christian New Testament, the Qur’an and by Mohammad. The Jewish Religion celebrates Rosh Hashanah September 25
Summer Program... The 8 Secrets to Happiness for Kids and Teens ... Each Story Includes: Fun ... Crafts ... Activities ... and Material for K-12 Grades!