Middle Adulthood: Leaving Your Mark

Middle adults (40-65) are at a critical juncture. They are realizing the brevity of life and their unique opportunity to build a nurturing and equipping legacy filled with deep meaning. This is not the time to fade out or burn out! You have life experience to share! Fan your desire to contribute to the next... Continue Reading →

Hear: Speaking So Children Want to Listen

What would ministry be without conversation? -Katey Hage How can they know who to trust if they haven’t heard of the One who can be trusted? And how can they hear if nobody tells them? -Paul (Romans 10:14) Simply thinking that you believe in, fully trust and devote to Jesus is a strong starting point.... Continue Reading →

Get Down: A Simple Action with Profound Implications

The girl ran into the room, met with friends, began to play and the adult was right down there with her. This is the story of great children's ministry volunteers and parents the world over! Teaching children about God's great love doesn't require Disney-esque storytelling prowess. It requires a simple act: get down. Step into their world... Continue Reading →

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