The Power of God in the Life of a Child

The Power of God in the Life of a Child

At that time a missionary shared the Gospel with my parents and within a few months both accepted Christ as their Savior. To please this nice man I, too, said I wanted Jesus as my Savior. But inside I did not see myself—the “good little girl”—as a sinner.

The Route to Success

The Route to Success

Do you ever struggle with an attitude that is far from wonderful? We all do. Keeping in check our emotions, feelings, problems—all those elements that can add up to a bad attitude—is pretty difficult some days. God knows how hard it is, but He also knows how important it is for us to have a Christ-like attitude.

Music in Action!

Music in Action!

Is your classroom wiggle-friendly? Those busy, bustling kids who can’t seem to sit still can be your greatest learners when you use action songs to teach. This article will show you how to create the right dynamics between teaching and singing. Do you remember, as a child, how much fun it was to sing the monkey song and jump on the bed?

Brain Damage Doesn’t Limit God

Brain Damage Doesn’t Limit God

One little boy who attends a Good News Club® in Pennsylvania is very shy and quiet, but his GNC® teachers are always noticing his beautiful smile. As a baby, the boy was physically abused and suffered brain damage.

Talking to Children about Natural Disasters

Talking to Children about Natural Disasters

Becky hasn’t slept in weeks due to aftershocks of a scary earthquake. Joshua hides in a closet during thunderstorms since his house was struck by lightning. Sarah’s grandmother died in Hurricane Harvey and she wonders why bad things happen to good people.

Putting the Fun in Fundamentals

Putting the Fun in Fundamentals

Flashing lights and amusing music, puppet plays and dramatic skits, brightly colored sets and hands-on learning are all on the top of the list for today’s children’s programs both in secular education and Christian education.