How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Real Story
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the real story
Read the Story of Valentine’s Day To Your Family
Do you know the real story behind Valentine’s Day? In the United States and elsewhere, celebrating Valentine’s Day is an accepted practice, but do you know why we celebrate it? Is it just a sweet holiday and excuse to give cards, go out, or buy candy or flowers? Let me encourage you to read about the man behind Valentine’s Day. Also, scroll down for a list of my posts (because of Titus 2) to encourage and help you prioritize your family and teach you how to love your husband and children better and more consistently according to God’s Word.
Do You Know The Story of Valentine’s Day?! Happy Valentine’s Day! The Story of St. Valentine: More than Cards and Candied Hearts
If you like read-aloud books that all the family will enjoy, and you want to include Dad in your Homeschooling, I recommend this book. You’ll also want to check out my post of my favorite character-building books for kids, called “The Best Character-Building Books for Kids.“
Teach your children the Christian perspective on this holiday with this beautifully illustrated, easy-to-understand book by Voice of the Martyr’s: The Story of St. Valentine: More Than Cards and Candied Hearts
Do you know the real story of Valentine’s Day?! This is an excellent book to read to your children to stir their hearts and remind us all of the sacrifices made by Godly saints of the past! Get this book and read the Real Story behind the celebration of Valentine’s Day!!! A beautifully illustrated book with a powerful message of love!
The Story of St. Valentine: More Than Cards and Candied Hearts
Read this Amazon Review:
“As a retired elementary school librarian of 20 years, I was looking for a book with a Christian perspective on Valentine’s Day for my grandchildren–ages 8, 6, 5 and 3. This was perfect! Large colorful illustrations, right amount of text, easy-to-understand vocabulary and the essential facts of this brave & loving man who chose to be faithful to his God. I thought it was more child friendly than Robert Sabuda’s Saint Valentine.”
Valentine’s Day and the story of St. Valentine reminds us of the subject of love, so I thought I’d encourage you in your love towards your husband and children, since God gives older women instruction in Titus 2:4: “That they may teach the young women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children.”
Here are some of my favorite posts to help you love your husband:
- How to Be Happy In Your Imperfect Marriage
- How to Be a Happy Couple
- How to Be a More Submissive Wife When You Are Opinionated
- Uniquely-Created One-of-a-kind You!
And, How to Love Your Children (Better and be more consistently loving, training, and teaching):
- Why My Perspective About My Children Is All Wrong
- What is the Most Important Thing in Parenting
- What is the #1 Character Trait You Need to Train in
- Christian Parenting Is Tough
- Prayer, Example, and Training (PET) in Parenting
- How to Love Your Baby Isn’t That Difficult
- How to Love Your Toddler or Preschooler (sometimes this is more difficult:)
- Tips for How to Love Your Tween
- How to Really Love and Train Your Tween
- Powerful Secrets How To Parent Teen and Young Adult Children
“It’s More Than Cards and Candied Hearts…”
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How do you celebrate or how will you celebrate this year? Share in the comments! Do you do anything special with your spouse or with your kids?
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