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Your Family’s Mobile Classroom

February 19, 2019 in Blog with 0 Comments
I learned a big chunk of life while riding along in vehicles with my parents. Our blue and brown Pinto station wagon was a mobile classroom of sorts for me and my brothers as our parents drove along the country roads surrounding our hometown in Washington, NC, including the 10 mile stretch into town and […]... continue >>

An Illustration of God’s Defining Love

February 14, 2019 in Blog with 0 Comments
God is love. Maybe more than any other statement this has been used to identify God’s basic essence. But if we consider God’s love apart from the totality of God’s nature, our understanding of God will be dangerously skewed. So what does God mean when He says that He is love? Pastor John Piper offers […]... continue >>

Ministering in Light of the Throne Room

February 12, 2019 in Blog with 1 Comments
This week, I have a challenge for us, as we minister to children and youth in our classrooms, or as we parent or grandparent. Let’s look at the young faces in our care and imagine them in the midst of this scene in the future: And I saw the dead, great and small, standing before […]... continue >>

Welcoming Children with Special Needs

February 7, 2019 in Blog with 0 Comments
Imagine a new child coming to your fourth-grade Sunday school class. He has a motorized wheelchair. He cannot speak intelligible words. His eyes, when open, seem to wander aimlessly. But, every once and a while, he seems to focus on a face or a sound. He smiles. Sometimes he lets out an excited “Ha, ha!” […]... continue >>

Prayer for a Suffering Child

February 5, 2019 in Encouragement with 4 Comments
“Easier said than done” not only applies to the words we say but also the words we write. I wrote in Big, Bold, Biblical Prayers for the Next Generation that sometimes we feel more urgent about the lesser things and neglect to pray for the greater things. I challenged us to cultivate a sense of urgency for […]... continue >>