Leading the Congregation Toward a Vital Sunday School

by William B. Lawrence
For all of the evangelical fervor, social activism, and organizational genius that have marked Wesleyan Methodism, one of its distinguishing marks has been an emphasis upon… read more

Some say that Sunday School is dead; But I say…

by Margaret Ann Crain
When I was thirteen years old I refused to go back to Sunday School. “I'm never going to go to that class again,” I announced to my parents with all the… read more

The Letter To The Philippians: Preaching and Teaching Toward A More Faithful Stewardship

by Kenneth H. Carter, Jr.
According to Acts 16, the congregation at Philippi was the first church established by Paul and Timothy on their first missionary journey. The letters' tone reflects a warm and… read more

Is All This Talk About Jesus Really Necessary?

by Sally A. Brown
Some questions come at you right between the eyes at the church door after the service. You've heard them: “Okay, pastor, where did you come up with that word in the… read more

Answering Children's Questions about Science and Faith

by Barbara Pursey
Children and youth in our churches ask searching questions, as they try to relate what they hear in Sunday School and worship with what they encounter in school and society… read more

Partnering with Children

by Linda Shantz
 If we take seriously Christ's words about becoming like children to enter God's kingdom, we will learn to partner with children in the ways we are the church. Many… read more
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