Category Archive: Ministry

Oct 28

Learning to be the Light

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This month in Kids Church we have been learning and discussing creativity. The latest lesson focused on shining a light on different items and creatively using them to share Jesus. How would you use a screwdriver to share Jesus? How would you use a broom to share Jesus? Students were given a bag with which …

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Sep 27

Love Letters from God book review

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Are you looking for a short devotional book? This book presents Bible stories in easy-to-read formats with Scripture references. Each story is followed by a Love Letter from God to apply the Biblical story to modern daily living. At the end of the book, there is a space to include a letter to God to …

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Jun 12

Building Trust without the Mask

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“We wear the mask that grins and lies; it hides our cheeks and shades our eyes. It is time to take off the mask” (Bruner, 2008). There are many times and situations in which educators feel they cannot show their true selves or true personalities for fear of being vulnerable. When educators remove the masks …

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May 28

Partnership and Collaboration

In my profession and position as Early Learning Administrator, I am charged with marketing the school and maintaining a constant flow of student enrollment. Each year we graduate a large group of students who promote to kindergarten; therefore, we must have a continuous stream of students moving up with each age and grade level. Our …

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Mar 04

My Story. A Guest post

I guest posted my story in the Danger Days series. Click here to read my story and how God has never let go and His love never fails.

Feb 26

What do a can opener, a pencil sharpener, and a lock have to do with Jesus?

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        Where do we go when things get too tough and get to be too much for us? How do we relax and keep our focus on Jesus? Use this object lesson to teach how Jesus got away and knew how to keep his focus on His Heavenly Father. Materials: a can …

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