June 2005

Sometimes You Need a RockSubscriber Access Only
My son, Scott, and I recently returned from another father-son camp, where the adventures include a 50-foot rock-climbing wall.
The Want ToSubscriber Access Only
How do we foster kids' desire to make day-to-day decisions so they'll live the way God wants them to live?
Got Relevancy?Subscriber Access Only
An ideal amount of relevancy will connect the message of a passage with life today—while preserving the original meaning.
"I'm Losing My Focus"Subscriber Access Only
Can you get a grip when juggling your work gets out of hand?
Billy Graham's Home Field AdvantageSubscriber Access Only
Wherever he preaches, the great Crusader finds ways to make himself and the gospel right at home.
Leader's Insight: Forget the Silver LiningSubscriber Access Only
I'm looking for something better in this dark cloud.
Slow Faith in the Fast LaneSubscriber Access Only
The applied advice of Mister Rogers, and other observations from Gordon's journal.
Soaking Up CreativitySubscriber Access Only
Serve up a dose of these hard-won lessons from the kid-creativity gurus, and you'll find that your Bible lessons change—which sets an exciting stage for young lives to transform.
A New DaySubscriber Access Only
Two questions that every ministry leader ponders are: "Have we made a difference?" and "How can we tell?"
Create Motions for MusicSubscriber Access Only
Music plays an important part in a child's development, and you can use music as an effective component in reaching children for Christ.
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