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Indescribable – Teaching Kids to Be in Awe of God’s Creation

Indescribable – Teaching Kids to Be in Awe of God’s Creation

How did people live when dinosaurs were around? How did the stars get in the sky? How does gravity really work? If you’ve heard these questions, or similar ones, from your child, then you are not alone. Curiosity is part of human nature and each of us, young or old, longs to know more and

Creative Ideas to Teach Children the Power of God’s Word

In recent weeks, one of my pastors told the story of a scary encounter he and his 6-year-old son experienced. The little boy looked up at his father and said, “Dad, we don’t have to be scared. We have Jesus.” Somehow, he knew this from the bottom of his heart and the thought came to

5 Simple Ways to Help Children Feel Secure

In society today, we receive news and media coverage faster than ever before. Our children can easily overhear updates about national disasters on the radio in the grocery store. They see photos on magazines at the checkout counter. They hear about world problems from classmates at school. No matter the method of intake, it is

John 13:35

9 Ideas to Help Children Show Love

When the disciples desperately sought to understand what they should do as Christians, Jesus summarized the role of Christ-followers with this statement to them: By this everyone will know that you are My disciples, if you love one another. – John 13:35 Showing love sometimes comes naturally and sometimes is a learned behavior. For children,

Falling Asleep: 6 Tips to Help our Little Ones

Tucking in little ones to bed at night can seem to be a herculean parenting feat. Falling asleep can be even harder to help our little ones with… We’ve all seen the victorious mother or father in television commercials or movies who turns the light switch off, only to hear “Mommy?” or “Daddy?” once more.

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