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Planning Events that Reinforce Your Vision

April 19, 2017 in Blog with 0 Comments
Are you looking forward to planning some special events for your children’s and youth ministry this spring and summer? Here are some helpful reminders from Betty Dodge’s presentation, “Reinforcing the Vision with Events and Programs”: Glorify God and increase joy in Him by planning events that: …will display the glory of Jesus Christ, our Lord […]... continue >>

What’s Your Vision for Motherhood?

April 18, 2017 in Blog with 0 Comments
Watch as Sally Michael uses the example of doing laundry to illustrate different perspectives of what it means to be a mother. View the full seminar. Are you looking for a unique, encouraging, thoughtful, yet inexpensive gift for Mother’s Day? Consider Sally Michael’s booklet, Mothers: Disciplers of the Next Generations Mothering is a great work; […]... continue >>

The Faith of a Child

April 17, 2017 in Blog with 0 Comments
As parents, our greatest goal and joy for our children should be that they come to faith in Christ and live as His faithful disciples, for the glory of God. Therefore, clearly presenting and explaining the essential truths of the Gospel and demonstrating what it means to follow Jesus in daily life is our greatest […]... continue >>

Estás invitado a una conferencia en América Central

April 13, 2017 in Events with 0 Comments
Join us in Costa Rica on May 13 for Tell the Next Generation! A conference for children’s ministry leaders with David & Sally Michael, Hector & Patricia Santana and Peter Morris in San José. ¡Les invitamos a unirse a nosotros en la conferencia: Contemos a la Generación Venidera, el próximo 13 de mayo en San José, Costa Rica! Este en […]... continue >>

The Gospel Alphabet—Jesus Saves!

April 12, 2017 in Blog with 0 Comments
One of the very first words my grandson learned to write was his name, “David.” Five letters of the alphabet, written in a specific order, and they now identify a little boy. Each letter significant. Each unique. Each letter necessary for his name. In the past several posts, I have used the example of teaching […]... continue >>