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Make It Fun: Helping Elementary Kids Connect with God

Kids who think like scientists love stories—especially those that inspire them to win at everyday life. Read More

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Connecting The Dots: Helping Your Elementary Schooler Understand Why Easter Matters

We have the opportunity to help them learn to trust God’s character. Does He do what He says He will do? Does He really have a heart bent toward His people? Read More

Parents | Preschool | Volunteers

What to Expect When You’re Expecting a Toddler

Toddlers: It’s the phase when nobody’s on time, everything’s a mess, and one eager two-year-old will insist, “I can do it.” Read More

Elementary | Parents | Volunteers

How to Motivate Kids in 3rd and 4th Grade With Fun

Elementary school is a season of discovering how the world works and how to have fun in it. Kids want to laugh and play and learn and connect. That’s why you have to engage their interests. Read More

Elementary | Orange Strategy | Parents

How to Make Elementary Schoolers Feel Safe and Loved

We all need love. Kids in particular use love as a barometer to measure their own worth.  Read More

Parents | Preschool | Volunteers

Insight into Preschool Imagination and Curiosity

Being a mighty preschooler is the phase when anything can be imagined, everything can be a game, and one curious kid wants to know, “Why?” Read More

Elementary | Parents

Do I Have Your Attention?: On What Kids Think in Elementary School

This is why kids and teenagers need adults who will discover their world. They need adults who understand and respond accordingly to the crisis of every phase. Read More

Orange Strategy | Parents | Preschool

5 Ways to Help Preschoolers Relate to God

Preschoolers, with their minds full of wonder and imagination, are primed to begin a relationship with an awe-inspiring God.  Read More

Child Development | Parents | Preschool

The 4 Questions Every Preschooler is Asking

The best way to resolve a preschooler’s relational questions is to consistently embrace the child’s physical needs. Here are 4 ways: Read More

Elementary | Orange Strategy | Parents

Sticky Faith For Families With Children With Special Needs

Katie Garvert is the Access Ministries Coordinator for Woodmen Valley Chapel in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She shared how her ministry helps family affected by special needs on the Orange Leaders blog. - - - - - - - - - - - - - -… Read More