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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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5 Things We Love About Spring

Snow is starting to melt, the sun is starting to shine, and we all know spring is right around the corner. It’s a great time of year, especially for those in children’s ministry, and here are some reasons why…
Posted at 14:50

3 Must-Dos When Switching Curriculum

Last week we talked about various reasons for choosing a published curriculum. But what if you’re already using published curriculum and the itch to switch arises? Here are some things to keep in mind when looking to switch curriculum…
Posted at 13:26

3 Reasons for Choosing Published Curriculum

I’ve heard in the past that around 20 percent of children’s ministers write their own curriculum. (And as I’ve mentioned in this blog before, I used to reside in that camp.) Since that time, my view on the subject has changed, and I’m now a big proponent of utilizing published children’s ministry curriculum. Now, your experience may differ—but today I’d like to share with you my reasons for supporting published curriculum. I talked with some of our curriculum experts here at Group, and here are some things I discovered…
Posted at 14:14

Is Heaven for Real?

Have you heard about the Heaven is for Real movie coming out in April? It’s based on the New York Time’s bestselling book about Colton Burpo. When Colton was 3, he suffered a medical emergency that left him unconscious and near death on an emergency room table.
Posted at 13:25

How We Feel: The Olympic Edition

In the past, we’ve really enjoyed doing “How We Feel” blogs where we take GIF files on the Internet and match them up with different situations in children’s ministry. In case you missed it, check out part one and part two. Today we present “How We Feel: The Olympic Edition.”
Posted at 10:35

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