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How to Help Children Memorize Scripture

September 20, 2017 in Blog with 0 Comments
Children can memorize almost anything very quickly and easily, but they need encouragement and support from you as they memorize Scripture. Parent and teachers are crucial in challenging children to continue pursuing Scripture memory, developing a memory routine and helping children understand and apply the verses they learn. The best way to memorize is through […]... continue >>

8 Ways for Parents to Partner With Sunday School Teams

September 13, 2017 in Blog with 0 Comments
Sunday school is a primary means for building intergenerational unity in the body of Christ. Discipleship on any level tends to knit hearts together, but Sunday school has the unique ability to partner all generations to bring the gospel joy of knowing Christ to the youngest in our churches. A strong partnership of parents (and […]... continue >>

Labor That is Not in Vain

September 6, 2017 in Blog with 0 Comments
Another Sunday school year is upon us. For those of us involved in children’s and youth ministry, we have another season filled with opportunities and responsibilities to teach the next generation the glorious deeds of the Lord. Yes, this is joyful ministry—at least it should be—but when done with the diligence it deserves, it is […]... continue >>

TO BE LIKE JESUS: Download Free 5 Lesson Sample & Preorder Today

August 29, 2017 in Coming Soon with 0 Comments
What is salvation? How does someone become a Christian? What does it mean to become like Jesus? To Be Like Jesus, the newest revised Sunday school curriculum from Children Desiring God will help 3rd- to 5th-grade students answer these crucial questions as they learn how to follow Jesus. The curriculum will be released in late September, but […]... continue >>

Beyond Classroom Management: Training Hearts Toward the Savior, Part 2

August 24, 2017 in Blog with 0 Comments
Discipline is helping children to grow, not controlling behavior. It is a long process that needs to be mostly positive in nature, but firm and loving. So relationship building is incredibly important. Managing a classroom—keeping it under control, is something we can do the first time we ever walk into a group of children, and maintaining […]... continue >>