Let’s Do The Dig Together!

We are so excited to announce The Dig for Kids community study! We want to create a place where we can connect, answer your questions, and foster a community of parents who would love to go through the study with their children together.

Do you have an idea to help your child study with The Dig? This will be a place for you to share your creative ideas, too! If you’re in need of ideas, we hope to leave you with some.

The goal of The Dig for Kids is to help children dig into God’s word. It’s a tool that will offer some direction for you as you lead your child.

Now you can help spread the word! If you haven’t yet, join the affiliate program. This is an opportunity for you to earn a little money. Every time you mention The Dig, include your affiliate link. Put it in your sidebar, pin it, tweet it, share it on Facebook!

Our goal is to get as many people as possible who want to join in. The only way they’ll know about it is if we go out and tell them. πŸ™‚

Here are some buttons specially marked just for this study! Just right click, save as, and upload them to your blog. Be sure to add your affiliate link!

So what do ya say? Will you join us?!

About Christin

The Dig Community Coordinator
Christin loves coming alongside and helping to create community and connection. She is here at the Dig to do just that!
She has a heart to encourage and equip women in aspects of discipleship, marriage, mothering, writing, blogging, and community. She sees the body of Christ as an important community of encouragement and discipleship and works to foster that around the web. Her biggest ministry is to her family and she knows how beautiful, hard, overwhelming, and exhausting mothering can be. Her passion is to encourage mothers who need a challenge or a lift (or both). She has been married 11 years and has 5 children ranging in age from 10 down to 2.

You can find her on her blog Joyful Mothering and chatting it up on Twitter as @ChristinWrites

  • I’m in!

    • Yayy Dawn! So glad you are joining us! πŸ™‚

  • Stephanie

    Count us in! I am excited to dig in! – Pun intended!!!

    • Lol Stephanie! So glad you will be “digging in” with us!! πŸ™‚

  • Cindee Pate

    Do we have to have a blog to participate?

    • Hi Cindee! No you don’t have to blog to participate πŸ™‚

  • Anne D.

    We are definitely in! We have a 9 y.o. girl, a 5.5 y.o. boy, and a soon-to-be 3 y.o. boy. Can’t wait to dig in!

    • So glad you are joining us Anne! I pray it is a blessing to your family! πŸ™‚

  • I think I’d like to try this with my kids. This will be perfect for Bible time for our homeschool.

    • Awesome Juli! We homeschool as well and find this works perfect for Bible. Thanks for joining us! I pray it is a blessing to your family.

  • I’m in!

  • Marsha

    Would this work well for Sunday School Grades 2-4?

    • Oh yes, absolutely! It’s not overly long, however, so you might need to have an activity to go with it. πŸ™‚

  • Pam

    Hi, I am interested in this “dig”. I have a 10 and 12 yr. old (both girls). They seem to be going through this pre-teen hormonal thing (yes at the same time). Emotions, and attitudes can flare at any given moment, in our home and the desire to read/study the bible is not there like it was a yr. ago. We also homeschool. Thank God for allowing us that option. I dont know if I could handle the peer pressures from traditional schooling, on top of the hormonal changes, these girls are going through. It is vital I keep these girls on track and following Jesus with heaven being our goal. So if this “dig” is for all ages I would be interested in participating. I need all the help I can get.

  • Lori

    I would love to go through this will all of you! I have two girls, 12 and 10 and one boy, 8. This seems like a great way to get them into God’s Word!

  • I bought the kindle book and I am doing this with my kids every morning. We just finished our 6th lesson!

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  • Angela Lipsey

    Someone please explain how I can start in the middle of the book I thought I would order Genesis but I can’t find it! My family is new at homeschooling and learning the Bible I just don’t know where to start!