Weekly Tools for Parents (3.6.17)

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Each week, on Monday morning, we’ll be posting: a) a PDF of our weekly children’s bulletin from the preceding Sunday, b) a recap of the previous Sunday’s lesson for our children’s classes, and c) & d) the previous week’s handouts for the Lost & Found and The Bridge memorization project .

Our hope is that parents can use these to follow-up on the sermon that the family heard the day before, review with their children the Sunday School lesson also taught the previous day, and to help your child memorize the Scripture Verse and Big Idea Truth from Lost & Found and The Bridge from the previous Wednesday.

Here are this week’s tools:

A. Children’s Bulletin from March 5th

B. Review of Children’s Classes from March 5th

C. Memorization Project for Lost & Found from March 1st

D. Memorization Project for The Bridge March 1st

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Weekly Tools for Parents (2.27.17)

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Each week, on Monday morning, we’ll be posting: a) a PDF of our weekly children’s bulletin from the preceding Sunday, b) a recap of the previous Sunday’s lesson for our children’s classes, and c) & d) the previous week’s handouts for the Lost & Found and The Bridge memorization project .

Our hope is that parents can use these to follow-up on the sermon that the family heard the day before, review with their children the Sunday School lesson also taught the previous day, and to help your child memorize the Scripture Verse and Big Idea Truth from Lost & Found and The Bridge from the previous Wednesday.

Here are this week’s tools:

A. Children’s Bulletin from February 26th

B. Review of Children’s Classes from February 26th

C. Memorization Project for Lost & Found from February 22nd

D. Memorization Project for The Bridge February 22nd

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A La Carte (2.23.17)

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Check out this week’s articles from around the web!

What Will Your Children Remember About You?: “Here are two statements I hope my kids say about me when they grow up:

My dad trusted in God to take care of our needs.
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My dad loved the local church.”

Words of Hope for Weary Moms: “Galatians 6:9 says, “And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up.” I immediately find hope for my soul in these words.”

Help Me Teach the Bible: Marty Machowski on Teaching Theology to Kids: Love this! Marty is devoted to developing tools to equip parents and leaders who serve children. His material always points to the gospel, and makes that the centrality of each lesson.

Whether you serve in a children’s ministry at church, or are a parent in the home, I would HIGHLY recommend listening to this and anything written by this dude!

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Weekly Tools for Parents (2.20.17)

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Each week, on Monday morning, we’ll be posting: a) a PDF of our weekly children’s bulletin from the preceding Sunday, b) a recap of the previous Sunday’s lesson for our children’s classes, and c) & d) the previous week’s handouts for the Lost & Found and The Bridge memorization project .

Our hope is that parents can use these to follow-up on the sermon that the family heard the day before, review with their children the Sunday School lesson also taught the previous day, and to help your child memorize the Scripture Verse and Big Idea Truth from Lost & Found and The Bridge from the previous Wednesday.

Here are this week’s tools:

A. Children’s Bulletin from February 19th

B. Review of Children’s Classes from February 19th

C. Memorization Project for Lost & Found from February 15th

D. Memorization Project for The Bridge February 15th

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A La Carte (2.16.17)

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Moms, Give Them Jesus First: “It’s not a hopeless answer to tell another struggling mom to fix her eyes on Jesus for this season or for her child. It’s a real, tangible, lasting solution that will renew her soul for the caretaking role that she has been called to.”

How to Teach Your Children to Suffer Well: “I don’t know why God has allowed all of this, but I do know that it’s not being wasted and that he is allowing it to make us love him more, love the world less, and become more like him in the process.”

How Much Entertainment is Too Much?: Our entertainment must always be restrained and purposeful, designed to return us to the field of our labor refreshed and renewed.

How to Raise Radical Children: “As our kids grow up, we want them to grow down…”

 

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Weekly Tools for Parents (2.13.17)

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Each week, on Monday morning, we’ll be posting: a) a PDF of our weekly children’s bulletin from the preceding Sunday, b) a recap of the previous Sunday’s lesson for our children’s classes, and c) & d) the previous week’s handouts for the Lost & Found and The Bridge memorization project .

Our hope is that parents can use these to follow-up on the sermon that the family heard the day before, review with their children the Sunday School lesson also taught the previous day, and to help your child memorize the Scripture Verse and Big Idea Truth from Lost & Found and The Bridge from the previous Wednesday.

Here are this week’s tools:

A. Children’s Bulletin from February 12th

B. Review of Children’s Classes from February 12th

C. Memorization Project for Lost & Found from February 8th

D. Memorization Project for The Bridge February 8th

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Weekly Tools for Parents (2.6.17)

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Each week, on Monday morning, we’ll be posting: a) a PDF of our weekly children’s bulletin from the preceding Sunday, b) a recap of the previous Sunday’s lesson for our children’s classes, and c) & d) the previous week’s handouts for the Lost & Found and The Bridge memorization project .

Our hope is that parents can use these to follow-up on the sermon that the family heard the day before, review with their children the Sunday School lesson also taught the previous day, and to help your child memorize the Scripture Verse and Big Idea Truth from Lost & Found and The Bridge from the previous Wednesday.

Here are this week’s tools:

A. Children’s Bulletin from February 5th

B. Review of Children’s Classes from February 5th

C. Memorization Project for Lost & Found from February 1st

D. Memorization Project for The Bridge February 1st

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