Kids might feel like giving up on the Christian life, too. They may be doing the same things over and over again—inviting their friends to church, reading their Bible every day, resisting temptation, trying to love their annoying siblings—and they’re getting tired of it.
Although kids may never step inside a church, God still reaches out to them. He uses ordinary people who take the time reach the children where they are and teach them about Jesus.
While the world cares about physical gifts, which are temporary, the Lord calls Christians to care about a completely different set of gifts that are not as easily apparent. However, these gifts make a monumental impact in the heavenly realm that will last for eternity. These are called SPIRITUAL gifts.
CEF has full-time workers in every neighboring country and they are coordinating with the Hope for Ukraine response.
Getting kids to talk to you about cyberbullying can be hard. They may be too embarrassed to talk about it. Maybe they feel like it’s something they should be able to handle themselves, or maybe they’re scared that getting adults involved will make their situation worse, or restrict their activities. Do your best to make sure kids know you’re safe to talk to and that you want what’s best for everyone involved.
Did you know even children can have beautiful feet? They can understand the life-changing power the Good News of Jesus brings and be passionate to share it.
One of our greatest joys has been getting to know the CEF family and hearing their stories of God’s wondrous works. In this edition of Impact magazine, you’ll find stories from around the globe. Children are coming to Jesus, impacting their parents, and witnessing to their friends.
Ministering to kids can be rewarding, but it can also be challenging and even discouraging at times. Sometimes I grow weary in well-doing. I feel like, after all my hard work and prayer, kids still aren’t getting saved and there’s no change.
Fears, whether warranted or imagined, affect our thoughts and actions. For some, courage trumps fear, maybe even resulting in acts of heroism. What does God want us to do with our fear?