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February Fun8 Ideas to Try with Your Co-workers

Christmas is long gone and you might be missing the parties, social gatherings, and special events. Are you starting to feel those midwinter blues? Maybe it is time to add a little excitement to the ordinary routine of everyday life! Valentine’s Day will be here soon and this year you can make it more than…

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You Are God’s One-of-a-Kind Valentine

This year, Valentine’s Day lands on a Wednesday. That makes it the perfect theme for a midweek children’s Bible class or event! Don’t worry—this isn’t a typical Valentine’s Day, lovey-dovey theme. It’s a theme about the real, amazing, and grace-filled love of God! Because of Jesus, this love covers all of our sins and makes…

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The Very Best ValentineA Christian Valentine’s Day lesson plan

Editor’s note: If you’re looking for a Christian lesson plan to use on Valentine’s Day, today’s post is for you! For more FREE resources to use in celebrating Valentine’s Day, look to CTA’s Resource & Idea Center.  Ask the students: Why is Valentine’s Day so much fun? Why do you like it? Do you think…

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God’s Love Amazes MeA free Valentine’s Day devotion for kids

Editor’s note: While most Valentine’s Day celebrations recognize the sin-flawed love that we share here on Earth, today’s devotion draws children closer to the ever-perfect love that God showed us through Jesus. This Ministry Message accompanies CTA’s God’s Love Amazes Me lineup of Christian Valentine’s Day gifts for kids. Look for goodie bags, crafts, and Valentine’s…

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3 Simple Ideas for a Christian Valentine’s Day Party

Valentine’s Day falls on a Tuesday this year, but the kids in your children’s ministry program won’t mind celebrating on Sunday morning or during mid-week classes. It’s a great opportunity to remind the children of God’s love for us through our Savior, Jesus! Here are three easy ways to celebrate Jesus on Valentine’s Day: Jesus’…

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7 Ideas to Beat the Winter Blues in Sunday School

We all kept up a frantic pace in December, but now that January has come, you might feel the weeks starting to drag. The kids feel it, too—they’re leaving vacation behind and settling into another six months of school. Don’t let the winter blues hit your Sunday school! Keep reading for seven ways to energize…

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2 New Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Sunday School

Editor’s note: Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday this year—what a great ministry opportunity! If you’re looking for gifts and resources to help your church celebrate, check out our website and Resource and Idea Center. Rush shipping is available! Most kids celebrate Valentine’s Day by trading cards and candy with family and friends. It’s a…

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4 Tips for a Christian Valentine’s Day Party

Have you peeked ahead in your calendar yet? You may have to do a double-take. Yes, Valentine’s Day is on a Sunday this year! But do church and Valentine’s Day really go together? Yes! This is the perfect time to put together a few simple activities that can make a big difference in sharing love–Jesus’…

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Celebrating with All Ages

What role does age play in your ministry? Many churches routinely divide into age-based groups for Bible studies, social outings, outreach opportunities, and the like. While age-based groups are logical in many situations, we think that it’s time to mix things up! Intentionally bringing together members of various ages for ministry work in the church…

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Jesus Loves You and Me a free Valentine’s Day devotion for kids

Introduction Have you ever said something like this to your mom or your teacher? “It’s not fair!” What did you mean? How can you tell when something is fair? (Let volunteers suggest answers.) Sometimes we say “It’s not fair” when we don’t like the decision an adult (or one of our friends) has made. But…

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