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2 Timothy 2:15 Students

March 28, 2017 in Blog with 0 Comments
Here are is an exhortation from David and Sally Michael from their conference message, “A Vision for Biblical Literacy in the Next Generation”: Children need to learn how to rightly handle the Word through incremental age-appropriate instruction in studying Scripture through the use of inductive Bible study skills. Exposure to the whole counsel of God […]... continue >>

The Call to Make Disciples

March 27, 2017 in Blog with 0 Comments
Before ascending into heaven, Jesus gave every Christian in every century a commission with eternal significance: …”All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them […]... continue >>

Beautiful or Beastly? Which is it?

March 22, 2017 in Blog with 1 Comments
As a 10-year-old, my daughter loved the Disney animated movie Beauty and the Beast. Last weekend the much anticipated, hyped, and controversial Disney live-action version came out. It is amazing to note the cultural changes that have come about in the intervening 26 years between the two movies. Would I bring a 10-year-old daughter to […]... continue >>

What Are They Reading, Watching and Listening to?

March 21, 2017 in Blog with 0 Comments
Here is a simple checklist from the Teacher’s Guide for the Your Word is Truth youth curriculum with questions based on Philippians 4:8. These questions can serve as a guide in helping you discuss and evaluate books, television, movies, and music with your children and students.      ... continue >>

Teaching By Example

March 20, 2017 in Encouragement with 0 Comments
In her seminar titled, “Teaching Children the Fear of the Lord,” Sally Michael reminds us of the importance of teaching from a heart that loves and embraces the truths being taught. Like so many spiritual things, the fear of the Lord is better “caught” than “taught.” Children very often pick up our attitudes—those we respect, they […]... continue >>