Your Thanksgiving gathering may be limited to your immediate family this year, but you can do some things to make it especially meaningful, maybe even start some new traditions. Here’s some keys to a great Thanksgiving for your kids.
When the pandemic began did you see it coming? Did you feel prepared, or did you feel angry? Helpless? Afraid? Confused? Then you felt what children felt all around the world. We felt it too, so we went to work! Because God's people should be on mission no matter...
A child has just accepted Jesus as their Savior—this is fantastic news! But what now?
As parents, we’re often concerned about our children’s safety. Thoughts of the dangers that lurk out there motivate us to take extra precautions.
Throughout this edition of Impact, you will read testimonies from around the world of how God opened doors, expanded ministry, improved communication, and fostered a greater unity among our workers.
Are you concerned that your child’s faith and values will be negatively impacted in a public school?
by Aubrey KyleDid you have a pen pal growing up? It’s exciting to receive a personal letter in the mail. Maybe some of the children you teach have received or written letters before. The New Testament includes some very special letters, or epistles. We divide these...
What does it mean to have freedom of religion? Does it mean your children are free to practice religion at home and church but not in public? Must they stay quiet about God in the classroom and online school platforms, and only talk about him at break time?
You may be familiar with the idea of random acts of kindness—small actions that show kindness to others. These actions are called “acts.” The book of Acts describes the acts of Jesus’ apostles through the Holy Spirit.