Tag Archive: bible curriculum

3 Ways to Give Kids a Heart for Missions

When Jesus sent out His disciples to carry His message, He reminded us that the harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. So what was His strategy for mobilizing more workers? He told them to pray and ask the Lord of the harvest to send out more workers. Prayer is God’s plan for mobilizing missionaries. If we pray that He will send out more workers, He will.

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How to Reach an American Orphan

The number of children in foster care is skyrocketing. There are nearly 428,000 children in the United States who are currently in foster care. The reasons many of these kids are in care can vary widely, from their parents not having adequate heating to severe abuse. Recently, more children have been entering the system due to the rise in serious drug use.

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Interview: Musings of an Effective Ministry Leader

David Brenneman and his wife Tiffany began leading the children’s ministry at their church last year in Stuarts Draft, VA. Their vision is to equip their ministry leaders for effective children’s discipleship that will clearly communicate the depths of the gospel and result in real-life change.

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How to Raise a Disciple-Maker | Part Two

Last week a mom and missionary to the indigenous people of northern Ontario shared how she and her husband are seeking to inspire, equip, and train their children to overcome for the sake of the gospel. Read part two of her post on teaching children to recognize opportunities for sharing the gospel and encouraging a lifestyle of readiness to serve Jesus.

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