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Coming Soon…the IMPACT: Atlanta Conference!

March 25, 2015 in Blog with 0 Comments
  “The Impact Conference inspired me to keep doing my best to disciple my children but at the same time trust in God’s sovereignty. It sharpened my vision for my children and gave me a path to help get them there. I loved the conference because it was encouraging to be around other like-minded Christians […]... continue >>

2 Timothy 2:15 Students

March 24, 2015 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 >>

Beyond “Fun”

March 23, 2015 in Blog with 0 Comments
More often than not, if you search on a church’s website for information about their children’s ministry, you will come across the word “fun.” The “fun” may include creative activities, high-energy singing, Bible memory games, and Bible stories told using drama. These all can have their proper place. I am not opposed to children enjoying […]... continue >>

As If Parenting Wasn’t Difficult Enough

March 18, 2015 in Blog with 0 Comments
When it comes to new digital/media technology, I have a tendency to stick my head in the sand. I’m still having a hard time figuring out how to use my “dumb” phone, and the thought of a “smart” phone overwhelms me. Getting on Facebook almost gave me an anxiety attack—but now I like it, and […]... continue >>

How Big is the God of Your Sunday School?

March 17, 2015 in Blog with 0 Comments
Years ago, Dr. Bruce Ware wrote an excellent book titled, Their God is Too Small, in response to the false teaching of open theism. Open theism denies God’s omniscience and immutability. Like all false teaching, it “downsizes” the greatness and worth of God. It attempts to make God smaller and more “palatable” for the sinful, self-centered […]... continue >>