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Our Children and the Reformation

October 19, 2016 in Blog with 0 Comments
A few weeks ago, I spent a significant amount time writing a lesson for children on the topic of “justification.” It was a struggle that required much Bible study, prayer, help from commentaries, and reading some heavyweight theologians. And then the struggle begins: make it readily understandable and engaging for children. All of this came […]... continue >>

Mommy… Daddy… I’m Sad

October 18, 2016 in Blog with 1 Comments
In between deep sobs, the voice of a caring mother is heard. “Gilbert, what’s wrong?” With tears streaming down his face he replies, “Mommy, I’m sad.” “Gilbert, why are you sad?” “I can’t find nite-nite!” …Or, “I want to play with my cars longer.” Or, “I don’t want to leave Grandma and Grandpa’s house.” To […]... continue >>

Summer Through Customer Service Eyes

October 17, 2016 in Blog with 0 Comments
  Our customer service team delights in partnering with our customers in ministry. We (Holly Urbanski, Suzy Plocher, and Lori Myers) all agree that we have the best customers in the world. As we reflect on the last few months, we are thanking the Lord for a sweet partnership between Children Desiring God and the churches and […]... continue >>

What Do You Want Your Child to Look Like 50 Years from Now?

October 12, 2016 in Blog with 0 Comments
In the midst of a world in turmoil, it is the responsibility of parents and the church to partner together to train children to be strong in faith and mighty in Spirit. In his seminar, Teaching Children to Stand Firm in a Hostile Culture, Pastor Ron Rudd explains three areas children need to be trained in […]... continue >>

Introducing Our NEW Student Buttons

October 11, 2016 in Blog with 2 Comments
  Students studying a Midweek Bible curriculum from Children Desiring God are encouraged to earn Student Buttons by completing four special projects during the study. The age-appropriate projects are designed to reinforce the truths students are being taught in class. They include memorizing the books of the Bible, memorizing Scripture, reading books, doing devotions, collecting items from nature to […]... continue >>