All kinds of digital screens are flashing worldly values in front of kids at a pace that feels impossible to keep up with. What can we do to combat media values?
Then at noon, something strange happened. The sky became dark as night! It’s not usually dark in the middle of the afternoon. What in the world was happening? Find out in this episode of GNCTV!
Have you ever struggled with assurance of your salvation? If you have, you can be certain that children do too. Today I want to help you, help them, have assurance of their salvation.
It was late at night. Jesus had been with His disciples in the quiet garden when suddenly the silence was broken by the sound of approaching soldiers!
Rest is underrated by kids. A Johns Hopkins study shows kids need 8 to 8 ½ hours of sleep a night, and that increases by another hour into the teen years. Spiritual rest is underrated as well.
Our spiritual life is made up of several individual skills or disciplines. Do your kids or the kids you teach in church participate in sports? Or do they have a favorite athletic activity? If so, you have an opportunity to use it as an illustration to help kids understand spiritual health.
People were everywhere! They had come from all over Israel to celebrate a special feast in Jerusalem. The market was crowded as people were buying all they needed for the special meal. It was time for the Passover celebration!
Athletes learn to care about diet, exercise, skill and rest. They want to get every possible edge in order to do well. My kids are always trying to come up with the best protein shake or recovery drink, the best exercise to improve that weak muscle, and the best technique to master a particular skill. Great attention to even small details can make all the difference. We’ll be looking at these areas of diet, exercise, skills and rest one at a time to think about how to use them as illustrations for our children.
Do your kids or the kids you teach in church participate in sports? Or do they have a favorite athletic activity? If so, you have an opportunity to use it as an illustration to help kids understand spiritual health.