Fall is my favorite time of year. I love to get the family outdoors for a fall hike, to look at the leaves, for a photo shoot, to sit around the fire pit, etc. So, I have rounded up 10 of the best fall resources for Christian families that you are going to want to add to your own bucket list! Don’t have a fall bucket list? I have a free one for you to download too.
It is also my favorite season to decorate. The colors, deep red, orange, yellow, brown, and all of the pumpkins, wheat, and sunflowers make me smile. I probably get a little too crazy with it.
So, all of the following activities and ideas are approved by a crazy, fun, fall lovin’ Momma! I promise you will find something here that your family can use. And, if not, give me your ideas at the end in the comments.
Fall Resources for Christian Families
This list is fall resources specific for Christian families because I have included prayers and scriptures for the season. Also, I have included some alternatives to Halloween for those who do not celebrate. There are however, plenty of fun fall activities that will appeal to anyone.
Have you ever made a bucket list? A fall bucket list is a must have since there are so many things to do and see and such a short span to complete them! Create your own from this suggested list that I have created for my own family or just print mine for free and have some fun!!
Arnold is a penguin who loves to pray, and he especially loves encouraging other people to pray through unusual and creative prayer ideas! In this blog you can find a collection of fun ways to pray either by yourself, as a family, or in a group. These prayer ideas are perfect for Autumn, exploring themes such as Harvest, Halloween and Remembrance.
3. Free Fall Printables for the Home
Do you love to decorate for fall as much as I do? Can you ever have enough cute pupmkins? Here are my top picks for free fall printables. The first one with the cute farm house style are my favorites. Let me know which one you like best.
Does your family like soup? We love it and is so easy to throw together. Not to mention a good way to sneak those veggies in to the kiddos. As the air gets chilly, grab a warm bowl of soup and get cozy. Some of these are sure to become a new family favorite!!
5. Make Halloween About Jesus
The first lesson on overcoming fear. It is geared toward teens but the truths are for the whole family. The second is a great plan on how to turn Halloween into a night of evangelism. And finally, a lesson for the whole family on being the light in a world full of darkness.
- Halloween Lesson on Overcoming Fear
- Host a Halloween Light Party
- From Living Our Priorities: Do you hide on Halloween by not answering the door and turning out your lights? Today I invite you learn the history of halloween, what God’s word says about it and our response as a believer.
- Teaching Your Children to be the Light
Fall is the perfect time to take a family walk. Make it fun by seeing how many of the items you can take pictures of or divide into teams and see who can do it the fastest. (This site also has photo scavenger hunt ideas for other seasons so keep it handy.)
This great site has 10 scriptures to memorize which should work through one a week for most of the fall season. At the end of the post, there is a free printable to keep them handy for the entire season.
You don’t have to be crafty or buy a ton of supplies for these ideas. Our family has tried many of these and they are fun for the whole family. They are arranged by catergory so easy if you are looking for apple, pumpkin, fall trees, etc.
9. Creative Ideas to Express Thanks
Having an attitude of gratitude is what Thanksgiving is all about! These creative ideas will help the whole family join in and make the holiday more meaningful. Don’t forget to praise God for your blessings. I bet one of these will become a family tradition.
While the adults are busy cooking and then stuffing their faces and reminiscing about years gone past, sometimes kiddos get board. These easy, fun games will keep them busy and entertained.The adults might even decide to join in!!
Do you have any fall traditions that might be fun for families? I’d love for you to share in the comments below!
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