Spark kids' love for Christ with this 6-week Online Art Course for ages 4-8 designed to take teaching the Catholic faith from complicated & boring to easy & engaging... with a creative twist!

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"Since we homeschool having this art lesson done with step-by-step videos has been very impactful for my children. They truly think of Marisa as their art teacher and look forward to watching her videos and what she’s going to teach them next. Doing this program has made all of us look forward to our art day each week! My kids are begging for more."

 Ashley S.

DOES THIS SOUND FAMILIAR?

You're frustrated with the outside noise of society, and you want to help your child know Jesus better, but you don't know where to begin.

LET'S FACE IT...

There's nothing more frustrating than wanting to get your child excited about their Catholic faith, only to feel like you never have the right resources and never actually follow through with making faith-filled activities a priority with your kids. And there's nothing more disheartening than having them dread going to Mass--only to have you feel like there's really nothing else you can do than just get through it until they are older.

Maybe you've even tried using Bible coloring books, sending them to Religious Education classes or including them more in prayer looking to spark engagement.

And yet, it's not quite working.

You continue to go on with your life hoping your child is getting the tools they need from other places like school or church and that just bringing them to Mass will help them to fall in love with Christ... eventually.

What if there was a way for YOU to bring your child closer to God through ways that are on their level and that they will actually enjoy?

HELLO, I'M MARISA!

And I want to help you teach your child about Christ through one thing kids love... ART!

As a devout Catholic, busy wife and mother, former art and Religious Education teacher with a Master's degree, I found myself wondering if I'm doing enough to foster my girls' love for Jesus at home.

And yet, I've learned that even though it can be discouraging how the world seems to be praising the ways of man over the ways of God like never before, the best thing you can do is to turn your energy and focus to your children. They are the future generation!

My ultimate goal is for you to be able to use art as a way to ENGAGE your children in the Catholic faith. No art skills required! This former art teacher has you covered and will show you how simple, yet impactful it can be for you and your child.

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"This art course is full of beauty; the parent pep talks, step-by-step instructions online and in the PDF packet, the children's book that inspired the project and book lists, and the finished projects. All of this has been valuable and much appreciated. The clear and organized method to completing these projects has taken out all the stress, which is a 'must' for me."

 Ann R.

INTRODUCING...

An inspiring art course that creates faith-filled moments for your family that spark creativity AND love for Christ in just 6 art sessions.

We Believe is an inspired online faith-based art program featuring 6 different art projects for you to create with your child (one per week), designed for Catholic families to create art with their children ages 4-8.

You will have access to the course workbooks that will help keep you organized, video presentations to walk you through the art and Scripture references to make strong faith connections and spark kid-friendly conversations about God.

You'll come away with six beautiful faith-based art projects that helped your child to visually explore and more easily understand what we believe as Catholics.

If you find yourself wanting to do more to nurture your child's faith in ways that are on their level, this is an opportunity that I promise you will not want to miss.

"This has been the best thing for my students since I started teaching Kindergarten religion. This is the game changer that I needed. Students are able to articulate the different parts of the prayer based off of the art projects that they complete."

  Heather S.