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Learning from Mature Believers Makes Spiritual Impact

When it comes to learning from mature believers in Christ, outstanding examples of that discipline are found at Christian Women’s Job Corps and Christian Men’s Job Corps ministry sites throughout the nation and internationally.

Making Prayer a Priority this Summer

Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, the children’s team would encourage GA, RA, and CA leaders to focus on encouraging children to pray for workers, their communities, and their families.

Leader Devotion: The Mundane for God’s Glory (1 Cor. 10:31)

Use this devotion to deepen your personal understanding of the Scripture Focus on 1 Corinthians 10:31 for the Discipleship Lesson in the Missions Journey: Students unit on Japan.

Asking God about Your Future

So many young people make the decision for their college major and future career based on what will give them a good paycheck and job security. Some decide based on their interests and natural strengths.

Nurturing Growth in Faith: Sense of Trust

Have you ever witnessed young children at the swimming pool, eager to jump in the water? Parents or grandparents stand in the shallow end, coaxing their little ones to jump.

Matching Seashells

A Families on Mission Activity For Families with Preschoolers

Children’s Missions on the Horizon

While preschool missions has been an amazing time of learning about God’s love for his world, it’s almost time for your kindergartners to move up to children’s missions groups at your church. Sounds like an exciting time, doesn’t it?

Partnering with Parents this Summer

Connecting with the parents of our preschoolers has always been important. The importance of these connections has become crucial in the past few months during the pandemic.

2 Ways Students Can Minister to Refugees

How are you engaging students to minister to refugees? Even if you don’t have a refugee community nearby, prepare your students to minister to refugees. Lead students to understand that showing kindness to people and building relationships while sharing Christ can impact your community in amazing ways. Today’s students have the potential to change the world for Christ in a powerful way!


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