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.
Jericah Smith, from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, was 13 years old when she attended her first Christian Youth in Action® (CYIA™) training in 2015. “CYIA gave me a new grasp of the Gospel. I was very blessed to grow up in a Christian home, and my faith had really never been tested before.”
Help your kids learn the 7 most important things by singing this song!
Do you like to hear good news? I think it’s safe to say that everyone does! The word Gospel means “good news,” and the first division of the New Testament is called the Gospels.
Richard and Michael are pre-teen City kids who live, as many say, in da hood. They have nowhere to go – and nothing to do. It’s not because they don’t want to go somewhere or do something. In fact, every time I talk with them, they hint around — hoping I’ll take them outside the walls of The Hood.