5 Simple Ways to Get Kids Into the Bible

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It’s a goal we hear from many children’s ministers…we want to get kids into the Bible, knowing how to use it and understanding its truths. If this is you, keep reading…we’ve got some quick t …


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Trinity of Tears

jesus-crying-over-the-earth[1]On the fourth day at the tomb of a dear friend Jesus wept (John 11:35).  …


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Now What?

Now What Sermon Series

 

Well, we have celebrated Easter. Now what?

Chances are, if you have kids, you still have an Easter basket sitting around your house somewhere, with plastic eggs filled with candy i …


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For Sale: One Grave, Slightly Used

Bishop David Roller has posted a video on his blog you should check out. He introduced it this way:

 

It’s not Christmas. Everybody gets born. It’s not Good Friday. Everybody dies. It’s Easter! Easter was the first and only resurrection (so far). It wasn’t a corpse resucitated…it was a new body!
If you don’t know this story, you don’t know hope. If you don’t know this story, all you have to look forward to is the inside of a coffin. But there’s more than th …


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What Happened?

It is fascinating to think about how the crowd revered Jesus at the beginning of the week but reviled Him at the end. Keep in mind, this is before the invention of Facebook and Twitter where we get worked up in a new frenzy every week. So the up and down of the crowd is remarkable. Consider the following…


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Parent’s Progress 4.17.14

This week we bring you a few articles from the most recent Homeword Good Advice Parent Newsletter

Spring Cleaning

Ah, it’s spring again! Time to throw open the windows, take down the shutters, put away your winter wardrobe, and do a little spring cleaning. There’s something about spring that just makes you want to shake out the rugs and sweep out the garage.

Spiritually, we sometimes need a little spring cleaning as wel …


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General Conference 2015

General Conference 2015 is a gathering of the global Free Methodist Church for inspiration, collaboration and resourcing. If you desire to be equipped for personal and congregation outreach, following the nine strategic priorities, this is the experience for you. It includes separate but corresponding learning tracks for children, so bring your whole family!

This is just one way to experience GC 15. The Bishops have big plans, including mission trips, coordinated for that same week. If you would like to be updated about what is going on, just visit http://fmcusa.org/gc15/



Kiddie Kollege

Kiddie Kollege. A preschool that is older than most of the people who work there and a thriving outreach ministry of WLFMC. Our building is a lot quieter when they are not here, but that’s not a good thing. Now with a childcare for the past 5 years, this ministry continues to grow and our influence on the community is constant and expanding.

You can keep up with all the activities of Kiddie Kollege by liking them on Facebook (facebook.com/ …


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KidZone – Where Kids Meet Jesus

It’s the greatest story ever told, but like most great stories, it doesn’t look good from the beginning. Sin was a dilemma, to say the least. Enter Jesus, our divine Hero. It’s not always a pretty picture, but one has to admit that God did a thorough job when cleaning out sin. We have been purified and this is the great story we get to share. Our children will hear this story and be given chances to respond to His indescribable gift.

Recently we had 4 children put their faith and hope i …


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Jesus Is Alive!

It’s not just something we sing. It’s not just something we say. It’s something we believe. Acts 1:3 tells us that during the 40 days between the resurrection and the day Jesus ascended into Heaven, he was proving to the disciples that He was actually alive. It’s been proven. This is why the disciples, who were before so fearful, were willing to die for the cause of telling people about Jesus.

Because Jesus is alive!

And because He is, we celebrate Easter Sunday. You can see everything we’re doing and what to expect here. Come and join us!