by Dale Hudson I grew up in an area of the country that has been called “Tornado Alley.” My great grandmother was once blown through the air by a tornado and thankfully survived. A tornado recently devastated the small town where my father is a pastor. The storm took the lives of some of his […]
July 1, 2011
by Barbara J Newman, CLC Network Eye Contact. The interpretation of direct and sustained eye contact can have quite a varied meaning from one country or culture to another. While some communities may consider sustained eye contact to be rude or disrespectful, other communities may interpret the lack of direct eye contact as rude or disrespectful. For
by Dr. Scott Turansky We are Christians. We know that the heart of a person is the most important thing. We know that Jesus criticized the Pharisees for their over-emphasis on behavior while neglecting the heart (Matthew 15:8-20). But what does that mean to us in practical terms as we work with children each week?
by Gigi Schweikert Think about all the places designed for children in today’s world, places where children go – playgrounds, amusement parks and stores. There are lots of eye-catching, exciting things for the children to do and see; probably a bit too much. Now, we do not want to create a church that is an