Embrace The Imperfect Student – A “No More Perfect Kids” Reflection

[guestpost]Randy Thomas is blogging for me today. I’m sure he’ll inspire us and give us much to think about. I’m grateful for his friendship and role on staff as the

I Spy Smart iKids!

Do you remember playing the “I spy” game as a child? I do. Today I’m sitting in the lobby of a large children’s ministry area at a church in Woodstock,

Embrace The Imperfect Student – A “No More Perfect Kids” Reflection

[guestpost]Randy Thomas is blogging for me today. I’m sure he’ll inspire us and give us much to think about. I’m grateful for his friendship and role on staff as the

Quality Time At The Carwash

I noticed the black pickup truck behind me in line. It was more gray than black and I was pretty sure that’s why the driver pulled into line. My gold

Learning From Olympians (Continued)

Do you know children, teens, and maybe young adults who have an unrealistic goal or expectation for perfection? They may resent practice and studying because they think things should come

What Does Devotion Look Like?

Families seem to be falling apart left and right. All around us. It’s impossible for me to separate myself from my ministry of Celebrate Kids. When I read the news