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Somebody Needs To Do Something
Every child deserves to know that he or she matters—to God for sure, and to at least one other person.
A Personal Approach
Many children's ministries answer that question with clear and relevant lessons, accompanied by creative Bible teaching.
When It's Okay to Cheer at Church
Clap your hands, all you nations; shout to God with cries of joy. —Psalm 47:1
Worth Cheering About
A recent incident confirmed that a hectic ministry pace can serve as a big, constant distraction in life.
What's New
I coach my son's basketball team of fifth- and sixth-graders.
One Word
Everyone knows the dual role of Thanksgiving—eating more than what's reasonable and expressing appreciation for something or someone.
Where Parent Responsibility Starts
You will send several messages today. Whether you intend to or not, you'll communicate thoughts, feelings, and beliefs to other people.
Power Points
The priceless reward for everyone in children's ministry is clear: watching children, one by one, take steps in their walks with Jesus.
The First Gauge
This article focuses on a reliable tool to help children's ministries see their effectiveness.
Hands—From the Heart
The human hand performs many miraculous tasks.
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