Devotions, General Devotions, In The Pursuit of Worth

God is our Source of Hope–Always!

“Why, my soul, are you downcast?    Why so disturbed within me?Put your hope in God,    for I will yet praise him,    my Savior and my God.” Psalm 42:1 Not gonna lie, I’m feeling down today. I often wonder why I feel this way. I have no reason to really–just the circumstances of life, I suppose. Disappointments, failures, various… Read More God is our Source of Hope–Always!

Bible Study (small group) lessons, Children's Church (large group) lessons, Children's Ministry, Uncategorized

Make this Year a Year of Prayer Bible Study Lesson for Older and Younger Kids

This lesson focuses on making a New Year a year of prayer, but you could use it anytime you wanted a lesson to teach about prayer. It teaches the acronym P.R.A.Y. and uses the Lord’s prayer as a model. It includes a lesson from God’s Word, a Connection to Christ and Gospel Presentation, a memory… Read More Make this Year a Year of Prayer Bible Study Lesson for Older and Younger Kids

Devotions, Thoughts on Christmas

Five Christmas Songs that will Help You Worship and Focus on the Savior this Season

With all the craziness and scurrying about that seems to come along with every Christmas Season, we can easily lose our focus. We forget what we are actually celebrating–God breaking His silence and keeping His promise to send His Own Son as Savior to a lost and broken world. What a gift! If you find… Read More Five Christmas Songs that will Help You Worship and Focus on the Savior this Season

General Devotions

Serving Faithfully–How the Movie, Paul, Apostle of Christ Challenged Me

“Let us run with endurance the race that is set before us.” Hebrews 12:1 Discouragement I recently had what I felt was a rough Sunday working with the kids at church. They were hard to calm down, many little “twittery bird type” conversations going on during the lesson, plus a slightly stressful situation and a… Read More Serving Faithfully–How the Movie, Paul, Apostle of Christ Challenged Me