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babyZone: He Calls Me By Name

by Kathy White | Apr 11, 2018 I adore spending time with my twin granddaughters. It is so hard to have them live fifteen hours away, but when I get a chance to visit, I make the most of it! On my last visit, I was sitting on the couch with them chatting. My pet…

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KidZone Scripture Verses: Mar 3-10

JK-SK March 3 – Storytime With Jesus – Jesus Gives Sight to Blind Bartimaeus Focus: Jesus can do anything! Memory Verse: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart.” Psalm 3:5a March 10 – The Lost Son Focus: Jesus will always forgive us, no matter what we do. Memory Verse: “Forgive as the Lord forgave…

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Kids: The Power of Empathy, Part Two

Teaching your child empathy is a gift that you can pass on that will not only be a blessing to your child but to other relationships in their life when they are adults. There is a verse in the book of Micah that says, “And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly…

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Preschool: When You’re Frustrated with Your Child, Part Two

Are you having a good week, or are you experiencing one of those weeks parents of preschoolers would like to forget ever happened? Hopefully in all the hubbub of your life you’ve taken the time to watch this lesson’s video to help with those moments of frustration. Needing a break from your kids is nothing…

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babyZone: My Family Loves Me

“God gives us families.” (See Psalm 68:6) I would like to introduce you to Dr. Gene A. Getz. He is a senior pastor of Fellowship Bible Church North in suburban Dallas, host of the syndicated radio program “Renewal,” and is a frequent conference speaker throughout the United States and worldwide. He has written a number…

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KidZone Scripture Verses: Feb 17-24

JK-SK Feb 17 – Yippee Ti Yi Yo – Jesus Stops the Wind and Waves Focus: Jesus can do anything! I can trust Him when I’m afraid Memory Verse: “Do not be afraid, I am with you.” Genesis 26:24b Feb 24 – Jesus Gives Sight to Blind Bartimaeus Focus: Jesus can do anything! Memory Verse:…

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Kids: The Power of Empathy, Part One

Our topic in this month’s Online Parenting Class is The Power of Empathy. Children are not naturally empathetic, but that doesn’t mean it is not something they can’t learn. Empathy is different than sympathy. Sympathy expresses concern for people while remaining at a distance. Empathy requires a person imagine themselves as the other person. The…

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Preschool: When You’re Frustrated with Your Child, Part One

I hope your week is off to a great start. This month’s Online Parenting Class is on Frustration. I pray that you can gain some reassurance from watching. Hey, I get it. Parenting is hard no matter how well-behaved or easy your kids are. And there are times when you want to throw in the…

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babyZone: My Family Loves Me

“God gives us families.” (See Psalm 68:6) This month we will help your child: To begin to associate God and Jesus with loving people at home and at church; To respond to demonstrations of affection. Do these activities with your child to help show them that “My Family Loves Me”. Little Activities for Little People:…

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Self Control and Students

Self-control is one of the major factors to living a productive life. Self-control keeps us from overeating, overspending, overwatching, over-anything really. It helps us stay cool under pressure and keeps us from saying things we might regret. Self-control can help keep us focused when we have something we need to finish. Self-control can help us…

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