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Classroom Management

It’s amazing how a few simple techniques make all the difference. Sharing the gospel and a love of missions with your children is a monumental task. But that doesn’t mean you should be monumentally stalled by classroom management problems.

Say Yes to Acteens, Challengers, and Youth on Mission!

Your role in helping sixth-graders transition smoothly from GA, RA, and CA to Acteens, Challengers, and Youth on Mission is an opportunity to prepare children for the next stage of their missions education journeys.

A Child Shall Lead

A little background on my GA group: getting my group into the community is a hard thing.

Planning an End-of-Year Recognition Service

By now, the year-end countdown is on and you and your children are looking forward to a different pace and a much-needed break. Before the schedule shifts for the summer, celebrate all you have learned together with an unbeatable recognition service.

Where Do I Start?

“If I knew where to begin, I would have already started!”

Your CMD 2019 Stories (Part 4)

We have more stories for you! Let’s hear what children from across the country did for this year’s Children’s Missions Day to tell the good news to their communities.

Remembering a Call to Serve: Annie Armstrong Easter Offering

Annie Armstrong is perhaps one of the most recognizable names in Baptist life. Although many may know the name, few people can actually tell you who Annie Armstrong was and why she is relevant today.

Your CMD 2019 Stories (Part 3)

We have more stories for you! Let’s hear what children from across the country did for this year’s Children’s Missions Day to tell the good news to their communities.

Just Like Annie: Rallying Your Children

Annie Armstrong was a woman who put her faith into action. She rallied Southern Baptists to give more, pray more, and do more to help missionaries around the world. Annie was not satisfied with the status quo, and in 1895, she led churches to raise over $5,000 for missions.

I've Never Planned a Recognition Service! Now What?

I know who you are. I talk to someone just like you several times during spring recognition season.

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