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Helping Parents and Kids this Summer

John Gilman April 16, 2016

As school begins to wind down, children begin to get excited about summer break.  Summer through a child’s eyes is an amazing thing to behold.  We all can relate and remember the lazy days of summer from our own childhood.  However, for today’s parents, summer has changed into a busy, fast-paced, non-stop period of eight… Continue Reading »

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What to Do After Summer Camp is Over

John Gilman April 9, 2016

As spring break comes to a close, everybody now looks ahead to school getting out and summer plans.   For church leaders, this should be a time when activities amp up in your student and children’s ministries.  Hopefully, all summer camps are already on the calendar and families have committed to this life-changing week for their… Continue Reading »

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Timeline to Prepare for Vacation Bible School this Summer

John Gilman March 29, 2016

Vacation Bible School is a great tool to teach kids and reach your community. Planning a successful VBS takes persistence, planning and prayer. A little preparation goes a long way. Here’s a simple timeline to follow to make sure you’re doing VBS right. 5 Months Out Pick a theme that can support your biblical content,… Continue Reading »

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Creating Community at Every Age in Your Church

John Gilman March 3, 2016

Everyone wants to feel like they belong. As Simon Sinek said, “The most basic human desire is to feel like you belong. Fitting in is important.” You see this in the way we, as humans, seek out companionship and camaraderie through organizations, such as, sports teams, civic clubs, fraternities/sororities and clubs for every kind of… Continue Reading »

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Creating A Discipleship Path For Teens

Meredith Mahon Morris January 26, 2016

The teenage years fly by, but their impact, like lasts a lifetime. Young people are not the future of the church. They are the church. And it’s the church’s job to disciple them and equip them for ministry. It’s no longer good enough to play a movie, give them a basketball and hand them a… Continue Reading »

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