Who do you look to as a hero of faith? Will the kids in your life look back one day and point to you as someone who made a difference? Read on for ideas to get started as an impact-maker in the lives of your kids.
With so much going on in the world, it’s easy to put gratitude on the backburner. Now is the time to kick-start your quest to thank and encourage those who are sharing Jesus with the youngest generation. Find two beautiful downloads and more than 90 (90!!!) ideas in this post to get you started!
“If I’ve learned anything over the years, it’s not what we do, it’s what we let God do. There are no limits to what God can do! … He delights to work in us, which is amazing to me!”
Edna Ratzliff has the same passion for Jesus that she did at age 19 when she and her friend Mae travelled throughout Saskatchewan, sharing the good news of Jesus with children in rural communities. Watch her story!
Jenna Leclair, Children’s Ministry Coordinator at Eastview Community Church, shares some ideas to help kids hit the target when it comes to sharing the good news of Jesus with others!
Jack Klumpenhower (“Show Them Jesus: Teaching the Gospel to Kids”) shares some important advice on how to overcome your hesitation and get started sharing Jesus with the kids in your life. Don’t forget to check out the link to find out how you could get a free copy of “Show Them Jesus”!
Sometimes it’s easier to default to advice-giving, rather than pointing our kids to Jesus and modeling faith. In this special Hope Blog interview, author Jack Klumpenhower shares about his motivation for writing “Show Them Jesus: Teaching the Gospel to Kids.” (Watch to find out how you can get your own copy of this awesome resource…for free!)