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JenningsDavid has served kids around the world for the majority of his life.  From Texas to Romania, he has followed where God has led him.  Most recently, he served for six years as a children's director in the great state of Alabama before moving to Colorado to work for Group as an associate editor.
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How to Deal With Disinterested Kids

When I moved to Colorado to start working at Group, I left behind a church I had worked at for almost six years. Recently I was able to make a trip back to visit and I brought with me some goodies from Group for everyone. My replacement, Skylar, is an amazing young man of God. I worked with his family at the church before, and he had always stepped up whenever we needed volunteers…
Posted at 08:51

The 4 Do’s and Don’ts for Safety Awareness

As parents, volunteers, church and ministry leaders, we cannot afford to ignore the times in which we live. I’m not talking about living in fear, or an out-of-balance distrust of people. I am talking about being aware of certain realities and the responsibility we have to protect those who need protecting.
Posted at 10:40

5 Tips to Help Your Kids Get Mission Ready

I believe mission trips are a great way to get kids growing spiritually. Research shows that kids who have a strong sense of mission outperform those who don’t. I know I wish I had had more missions opportunities when I was a kid. Now that I work with kids, I try to provide them with as much missions experience as I can, and I try to encourage them to develop servants’ hearts as they show God’s love to others…
Posted at 14:37

5 Ways to Keep Kids Active and Healthy

It’s a weighty issue. One out of every three kids in America is overweight. A lack of healthy eating habits combined with lower activity levels has left many of our kids with extra pounds. How can we make a difference in our kids’ health when we only see them a few times a week?
Posted at 13:22

7 Ways to Teach Morals to Children

According to the Barna Institute, the moral development of children is complete by age 9. Kids have already set in their minds what’s right and wrong, and the majority of their spiritual identity has been set. So how can we best mold our kids’ moral mindsets before it’s too late? Here are 7 easy things to keep in mind to help you teach morals to children…
Posted at 13:51

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