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When I’m fighting for more money for the Children’s Ministry budget, more space in the building, more volunteers, and more time for announcements during the service it really is because I believe that the child is the most important person in the church.   

How many adult problems would be solved if every preschooler who entered our churches left knowing they have a Heavenly Father who loves them?  Or what if every elementary child left knowing they can place their trust in Jesus for every area of their lives?  Or what if every High School student left knowing their place in God’s story and having made a lifetime commitment to serving Christ.  What if every college ministry developed that calling to life service?  What if everything we did for children focused on winning them to Christ . . .

The child is the most important person in the church because when you save a child you save a life.

The 4-14 Window

September 30, 2011 — 2 Comments

What we do during this window may be the most important thing we do.

What Would Henrietta Do?

February 19, 2011 — Leave a comment

I’ve been working with a few new things–one a bunch of old documents in the Gospel Light archives written by Henrietta Mears and a great new presentation program called prezi.com.  Both came together in this presentation.

Henrietta Mears Presentation from Damon DeLillo on Vimeo.