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9 Things Your New Volunteers Need

9 Things Your New Volunteers Need

This article was written by our friend Ryan Nelson of Faithlife Corporation. Posted with permission. I recently met with a guy who just started his ...

When I Grow Up– Helping Kids Reach Kids Today

It can seem like a big task to teach kids to look beyond themselves, their feelings and perspectives, and opening their eyes to the needs around them. ...

We Didn’t Know

“Linda, did you see this?” the text read. Underneath my friend’s words was a link to a news’ item. I clicked on the story. I hadn’t seen it, but the ...

19 Ideas for Encouraging Memorization

As we think about the kids to whom we'll be ministering this year, we want to be prepared to do what we can to help them hide God's Word in their hear ...
Where is Jessica? Prague, Czech Republic

Where is Jessica? Prague, Czech Republic

Jessica is in the Czech Republic! As she explored the country, Jessica shares with us the introduction she had to the religious state of the Czech Rep ...
8 Ideas for A Successful Back-to-Awana Night

8 Ideas for A Successful Back-to-Awana Night

As you look ahead to the new Awana ministry year, you’re probably considering increasing your club attendance and recruiting additional leaders. Your ...
This . . . Across My Desk. Four And Five Year Olds In The News.

This . . . Across My Desk. Four And Five Year Olds In The News.

There was a lot of clutter noise in the world this week: pampered American Olympic swimmers behaving badly in Brazil (and lying about it,) political ...

10 Things I’ve Learned about Teaching Kids

I’m not pretending there’s anything scientific about this or even that these are “results based on a survey.” These thoughts are based entirely on my ...

Ten Tips for Giving Large Group Lessons

Changes aren't always major. Small changes can also make big differences in the dynamics of your club.  Here are some simple tips for large-group l ...
In Praise Of One-Armed Trumpeters (What I Said When I Said “Yes!”)

In Praise Of One-Armed Trumpeters (What I Said When I Said “Yes!”)

Lately I’ve been asked a lot of similar questions: “Has it been hard?” “Are you overwhelmed?” “Are you feeling exhausted? Since taking the leade ...
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