Valentine’s Day

Fun Makes It Stick

How can you make your lesson fun? Kids and fun go together like peanut butter and jelly (or peas and carrots if you’re allergic to peanuts). If you want to connect with kids, you’ve got to play a little.… Continue reading

3 Steps for Effectively Teaching Children

Churches all over are in full swing planning their summer programs for children. One of my favorites is Vacation Bible School (VBS). I was called to the ministry at VBS, so maybe my bias is understandable. (Read this post to… Continue reading

God’s Mercy Toward Literal-Minded Children

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I reel in amazement at the price Christ paid for my sins on Calvary. It is one of the reasons I love Easter so much. But, did you know there is danger lurking for children in this… Continue reading

Are you lovable this Valentine’s Day?

Valentine’s Day is in four short days. If you’re like me, you pour over cards to choose just the right one to tell each family member just how much you love them. You debate with yourself over chocolates, flowers, and… Continue reading

Big Word Breakdown: Why Is God’s Love “Unconditional”?

Once a month in our “Big Word Breakdown,” we’ll take one of those hard words and explain it for kids (and adults) in plain English. Today’s word is “unconditional.” What does it mean when we say God loves us unconditionally? Continue reading

Single on Valentine’s Day: Is That Ok?

Do you have to be married or in a relationship in order to be loved and complete? How would you answer that question? Let’s compare what the world says with the Bible. Continue reading

Lost Your Passion?

Has your life lost the joy and focus it once had?

Revelation opens with reminders of God’s greatness along with specific words to seven early churches. The church at Ephesus was commended for their dedication and commitment to following God’s… Continue reading

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