Four years ago Kendra came to Good News Club® with her older brother, Tony. She was almost six and we hardly knew her but she prayed with us, asking God to save her. In the weeks following her salvation decision we watched Kendra’s love for God grow. She learned to read and started memorizing Bible verses about the same time. Tony and Kendra came faithfully, showing interest in each aspect of the club.
The church was once the center of creative storytelling, including dramas designed to teach the masses about God and His Word. Even in this age of technology and major motion pictures, juniors love to see a live performance—especially when it involves people they know. Bring the Bible to life by using drama with your juniors!
I once read an article about the importance of hugging. From documented evidence the author concluded that everyone needs 12 hugs a day to stay emotionally healthy. While I don’t claim to be an expert on emotional health I know from experience that people have a deep need for physical affection.
Out of the 39 videos we uploaded in 2018 these five videos had the highest views. Watch this video as we count down to CEF’s most watched video of 2018!
Have you made your New Year’s resolutions? May I suggest one? It involves the use of a powerful tool that God can use to heal hurts and change lives. It can help any person and any situation. It is free, and if you are a believer in Jesus, it is already available to you. You just need to use it. It’s prayer!
When her Good News Club teachers asked Jessie why Christian children should learn God’s Word her response was, “You don’t want us to memorize verses just because. You want us to learn verses so they help us live the way we should. If a verse is in our hearts it helps us know how to handle our problems God’s way.”
This edition of the IMPACT magazine shares stories from USA, Denmark, Mexico, Benin, and Uganda.
The yelling that erupted from the kindergarten room was like a 911 call to the alert ears of the children’s director at Mosaic, a church in East Los Angeles. The director was halfway down the hall when the kindergarten leader leaned out the doorway to signal for help. An angry little boy was led to the director to be soothed and calmed.
Leading a child to Jesus can be both exciting — and frightening. What if you say the wrong thing? What if she asks a question that you don’t know the answer to? How do you know if the child is sincere?