Teaching Children About Stewardship

by Dana and Joyce Bunn
It's fall, and in local churches, that means talk of stewardship, pledges, and funds. It may mean renewed emphasis on the Christian use of time, talents, gifts, and service… read more

In Honor of Grandparents

by Donna Schaper
Researchers suggest that more than one kind of behavior is biologically written on the human heart. For example, “fight and flight” is a biological response to threat. … read more

Finding the Invisible Children

by Children's Teacher
Churches often say to me, "We don't have any children...there aren't any around." My response to them is, “Look! They are there. The question is, ‘Do you want to see… read more

Worship for Kids: October 28, 2012

by Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View Old Testament: Job 42:1-6, 10-17. The writer's literary ploys make this text difficult to follow. The free translation of The Good News Bible… read more

Four Keys to Great Teaching

by Joyce Riffe
People are Primary When I lead workshops with teachers, I ask them their most vivid or important memory of childhood Sunday school. Almost invariably the answer involves a… read more

Teaching Children Bible Skills

by Mary Jane Pierce Norton
While Tim, a soon-to-be third grader, was helping me straighten classrooms one day, he suddenly asked, "When will we get our Bibles?" "The first Sunday in September," I answered. … read more
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