10 Ways to Be a Christian and a Little [BDSM & Christianity, Part 7 of 15]

Good Evening Friends!

Tonight I wanted to snuggle in with you and discuss ten easy ways to weave little space and Christianity together. While it might seem like religion and little space can’t go hand in hand, as a “wholesome” or non-sexual little, I can attest that many elements of my little space also have a Christian element to it! Are you ready to explore this topic with me? Then, let’s dive in. ❤

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This made me lol 🙂
  1. Watch “Veggietales”. Okay, I know talking vegetables are completely unrealistic but, Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber are simply adorable and you can’t go wrong with their silly songs. Personally, I love the older versions of Veggietales, and their movies, but the newer episodes are still good too. (Psst! Check out “Lyle the Kindly Viking” if you really want to swoon. It’s on YouTube!).
  2. Incorporate Prayer into Your Routine. I always try to say my bedtime prayers with or without my dominants. To me, there is power in prayer so I make space to have some time with God. If prayer makes you uncomfortable, try a prayer journal! God hears your thoughts whether you say them aloud or they’re just in your heart. 🙂
  3. Listen to Christian Music. Not all Christian music is hymns and gospel tunes. Did you know that there is Christian hip hop music? I recommend checking out, “Church Clap” by: KB (feat. Lecrae). Daddy C got me hooked on that song. It’s popp’in!
  4. Get a Bible that is drawn like a comic book! I believe that the best way to dive into the Bible is to find the version that works best for YOU! If you love picture books, try “The Action Bible”. It’s drawn up like a manga and goes through the Bible chronologically.
  5. Incorporate Christian toys into your Little Space. I’ll let you all in on a little secret…. I love Nativity Sets. There are so many sets that are beautiful but, there are a ton of other Christian toys you can enjoy too! There’s Noah’s Ark, Jesus Loves Me Board Books, and even a soft plushie style Bible book that’s perfect for adult babies!
  6. Color on a Bible Coloring App! If you love to color on your phone (like I do) try using a Bible coloring app. idailybread.org created a fantastic “Bible Coloring” app that allows you to engage in color-by-number pictures and scripture. Give it a try!
  7. Decorate your notebooks, letters, envelopes, arts and crafts, etc. with pretty Christian stationary and stickers! Weave your little side and your Christianity together by adding some sparkle and stickers to letters you send… and using pretty Christian-themed products. Amazon has bunches of pretty options.
  8. Drink from a pretty Christian mug. I love tea time and if you are like me and adore a hot beverage (be it tea, coffee, or cocoa) then, try getting an inspirational mug with your favorite Bible verse! It’s an easy way to feel uplifted as you have tea time.
  9. Watch uplifting movies. There are some fantastic movies produced by Christian directors. Some of my favorites include: “Christian Mingle” “The Passion of the Christ” “Letters to God” “What If…” and “Faith Like Potatoes”.
  10. Read beautiful Christian picture books. One of the best ways to connect your Little and Christian sides together is to read picture books with your caregiver! There are many beautiful books out there that will lull you to sleep and teach you a beautiful message too.

Alright, my friends, that’s it from me for this post. I hope you all enjoyed it. If you did, hit that like button and let me know. Smash that follow button if you’re new around here, and I will see you back here for the next topic!

Much love,

~Kitten/Punkin Xx

7 comments

  1. Great post, Kitten! I especially love watching Veggie Tales with you (Lyle is such a sweetheart) and snuggling up as we watch a compelling sermon and then spend hours decompressing about the topic with you. It’s very touching and fulfilling to grow together spiritually with my soul mate. I love you!

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