Love Like Somebody’s Watching

Love Like Somebody’s Watching

It’s no secret that kids and students are always watching us. You know it. I know it.  We also know that kids and students model what they see. It’s the whole monkey see monkey do, right? The idea of watch and learn is useful when you’re intentionally trying to teach...
The Next Grand Adventure

The Next Grand Adventure

Let’s set the scene. The sky overhead is inky black and full of stars that flicker like they’re communicating in code. Tall grass is dancing while a steady wind rolls over the hills, one after another after another, and on one of the hilltops sits a lion. There’s a...
A Place of Protection

A Place of Protection

Every time we turn on the TV or get on Facebook, it’s easy to see how broken our world is. Even if we’re not looking for it, we hear story after story of hate and evil in our world. It is easy to get caught up in it. And it’s easy to forget that we...
Spiral Bound Safe Spaces

Spiral Bound Safe Spaces

If you’re like me, an hour in group doesn’t always feel like enough time to really dig in deep and delve into the good stuff. This one needs to go to the bathroom. That one can’t stop fidgeting. This one refuses to open up because profound conversations are for...
Faith Conversations with Kids

Faith Conversations with Kids

“Well, like one time I forgot to study for a test. So on my way to school, I prayed to God to help me do good on the test . . . and I did!” Out of the mouths of second graders, right? Has one of your few ever made a statement in group about faith that you knew...

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