Bulletins are designed to keep people informed of what’s going on in the church and include upcoming events, recent giving and attendance stats and space for notes about the sermon. Bulletins should also include information for visitors and provide an opportunity for greeters to connect with these guests.
Today we are sharing the second half of an excerpt from the new book by Tina Houser, “Unwrapping the Servant: Teaching Kids to Serve Jesus and Others,” in which Tina shares how we can start teaching kids about compassion and help them begin to become aware of the needs around them. In case you missed it, be sure to go back and read Unwrapping Compassion – Part 1
In her newest book, “Unwrapping the Servant: Teaching Kids to Serve God and Others,” Tina offers teaching tips, suggested activities, and a six-week lesson plan to help lay the foundation for a servant’s heart that will become a cornerstone of kids’ faith development.
Today’s post is an excerpt from our upcoming book Gentle Hugs for Grieving Hearts: A Grief Recovery Study Guide by Julie-Allyson Ieron. The study takes readers on a journey through the Scriptures, focusing on individuals who grieved and received God’s comfort. Grieving hearts, according to Julie, don’t need another guilt trip or another buck-up and deal-with-it teaching. Instead, they need to feel, to experience, and to uncover the truth of God’s faithfulness for themselves.