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Joshua Humpa Jun 15
Created a new welcome vid for our Sunday morning Elementary services, used as a transition piece. Check it out for a 55 second insight into what our church is like for kids!
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danielle bell Jun 21
i love my art project from @gospelproject_. my is being painted by the hand of my adopted daughter. i believe, as scripture states, that adoption is the gospel and the gospel changes everything. she and i are living proof of that!
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Ali Campbell Jun 18
People of the Church etc. You can't use a research survey carried out by the Swiss in 1994 as the basis for what ministry among children, young people and families needs to look like today in the UK.
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Bekah Stoneking 13h
Prayer Request: For the next 48+ hours, I'm taking a break from regularly scheduled programming to focus on my dissertation. I've got serious work to do. Will you please pray for me? For wisdom, clarity, energy, progress... ||
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Scott Norquest Jun 20
"Healthy Kids Ministry should be Kingdom expanding, not simply ministry building." -Jana Magruder
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Esther Moreno Jun 22
It’s been an amazing week of ministry. Children’s Ministry is where it’s at! I love what I do and wouldn’t trade it for the world. Team Next Generation 4 life ❤️🌎.
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Tracy M. 17h
Sometimes means realizing you’re functioning with THIRTEEN subs in addition to the rest of your littleKIDS team. But then you realize it was NBD, God just provides. Thankful for the Lord and the family!
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Janelle Hoos Jun 22
tip: Have kids lead the service: singing, share testimonies, be ushers & greeters. Give them a chance to serve!
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Amazing Agents of God Jun 21
Look who has got their own icon on the website...
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Janelle Hoos 3h
tip: Ask,“Tell me what you learned about our God today,” as well as,“Did you have fun?” Simple way to start spiritual conversations
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Elizabeth Hyndman 17h
We recently got new Bibles for at church. Sunday School consisted of “Screenshot this. Do you know how to do a screenshot?” “Screenshot this one, too.” “Look, now I’m in the timeline!”
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Jared Simpson Jun 15
Wed night I got to counsel a young man from the Congo that our church have ministered to for 5 yrs. He’s gone thru our , soccer outreach and is part of our and Swahili min. He said yes to Jesus that night. This is church!!! What a joy to serve King Jesus!
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Elmont Students Jun 22
Thank you to all of our awesome tribal leaders, game leaders and actors for making this year's VBS a blast for the kids! 🎉🎉🎉
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Esther Moreno Jun 21
Shipwrecked in his presence🙌🏾 🌎❤️👦🏿🧒🏻👧🏽👦🏼
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Janelle Hoos Jun 23
tip: Keep in mind the needs of all students in your class when planning games and activities. Find ways to include everyone.
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Tammy Palermo Jun 22
I challenged the VBS Kids to bring in $300 for . If they did, I agreed to have a pail if water dumped on me! They met the challenge!
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Janelle Hoos Jun 24
tip: Provide books in your classroom. Some kids might need that quiet time or just love an interesting book.
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Janelle Hoos Jun 23
tip:Brainstorming outreach ideas? Look carefully at the needs of the kids in your community. Let them inspire outreach ideas.
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Janelle Hoos Jun 23
tip: Challenge your teachers to customize the curriculum to make it the best possible lesson for their class.
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Jana Magruder 11h
Continuing to pray for - lots of churches starting tomorrow. Praying for a fruitful week of fun & friendship, but most of all for the gospel to be made known and many to respond!
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