A child who is vulnerable may look like any other child on the outside, but inside she may be frightened, act out emotionally, struggle with concentrating, and feel that she is unworthy of being loved.
The life circumstances of millions of children—around the world and around the corner—place them in the at-risk category. They are at-risk of illness, trafficking, substance abuse and violence. How do we speak hope into their lives? By offering them the light of Christ. And by teaching them healthy character qualities and necessary life skills, taught from the firm foundation of biblical truth.
Young people can be Christian innovators and creative problem-solvers who impact their families, communities, and countries—and even the world! And their creativity and innovation will bring glory to the One who created them!
The lesson is done. The students are getting wiggly. You look at the clock. Still 10 minutes to go. How are you going to keep the kids busy for the rest of class? How about a game? Here are some easy, 10-minute games that require no preparation and no extra materials.
Sharing the Gospel must be a focal point of our ministries. The Gospel is (or should be) central to everything we do. Yet sometimes we focus on so many other thing ~ the environment, safety of our kids, recruiting volunteers, teaching methodology, and more! ~ all of which are good (necessary, even). But if we are failing to share the Gospel, we are failing in our ministry.