“Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven” (Matt. 19:14).
The May 2018 edition of “The Lutheran Witness” includes an overview of Lutheran K-12 education in America by Heather Smith and contributions from well-known voices including the Rev. A. Trevor Sutton, the Rev. Dr. Peter Scaer and Adriane Heins, former LW managing editor.
A series of bulletin inserts in PDF format, largely organized by seasons of the church year — is free from the LCMS website.
The goal is not just to raise adults, but to raise up husbands and wives, fathers and mothers.
What do we do when we teach children to pray? We lead them to speak to their true Father.
Like all of the books in the children’s series, the new additions retell Bible stories using rhyme and colorful illustrations.
One of the most frequent questions I get is “Can we take our youth group to LERT training?” And my response is always “Certainly, but we can’t certify minors.” Then I tell them ways to get their youth involved in Disaster Response in their congregation but I always get the same response.
Take heart and be encouraged that the Lord loves your children and your children’s children even more and more faithfully than you do.
The LCMS Office of International Mission is releasing an updated version of “Mission Friends,” a free children’s program that explores mission work around the world.
Early childhood educators are inspired through joint collaboration and planning at district early childhood conference.
Early childhood educators are inspired through joint collaboration and planning at district early childhood conferences.