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Should We Teach Kids To Trust Their Conscience?

What is our conscience and should we trust it? OXFORD DICTIONARY – Conscience: an inner feeling or voice viewed as acting as a guide to the rightness or wrongness of one’s behavior. “For those who are led by the Spirit of God are the children of God,” Romans 8:14 (NIV) “So I strive always to […]

Learning From Parenting Failures

Covid-19 has turned everything upside down. We used to feel like we were in control of our lives, now we feel like we are not. This is especially disconcerting, when we are talking about our kids.  Maybe you used to feel like a good parent, and now you find yourself yelling at your kids a lot. […]

How To Teach Kids The POWER of CHOICE

One of the most powerful things God has given us is the power of choice.  He is the almighty and all powerful God, and even though He can do anything, the only thing He won’t do is make you serve Him.   It’s our choice. The freedom of choice is God’s idea. He wants us to […]

What Motivates God?

Everybody has something that makes them tick, something that motivates them.    For some people it is sports or video games.  For other people it is making money.  Many people are into collecting things such as baseball cards, comic books or antiques.  What is it that motivates God?  What does God the Father live for? […]

ON-LINE Kids Service with Super Church 2.0

If you’re like me, you have been scrambling to produce an on-line Kids Service. I have been pleasantly surprised at how well the Super Church 2.0 Curriculum translates on-line.  Here’s what we are doing: Right now, I am teaching on Finding God from the Super Church 2.0 curriculum. We are pre-recording the kids service and then hosting a Watch Party on […]

What Will Be The New Normal?

So what is normal now? Every single person has been affected by this worldwide pandemic, Covid-19.  All of our schedules and routines have changed and we have all had to adapt and change with it. Some states are “opening” up again and others are wondering when.  This will come to an end, but does that […]