Parents | Preschool | Volunteers

A Whole New World: The Age When Anything Can Be Imagined

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

Preschool | Volunteers

Another Year Gone: How to Make the Most of Your (Limited) Time with Preschoolers

It's not really your job to teach everything that's in the Bible to every kid at every phase. It's your job to teach the most important things in the phase… Read More

Orange Strategy | Parents | Preschool

5 Ways to Help Your Preschooler Relate to God

Something funny happens when we’re around preschoolers.   We tend to both underestimate and overestimate them. Have you ever done this?   Maybe you think a four-year-old is too young to make his own peanut butter and jelly sandwich, but expect him to keep… Read More

Child Development | Parents | Preschool

The 4 Questions Every Preschooler is Asking

Every phase has unique cultural changes. But you can’t discover everything you need to know about the culture of childhood and adolescence in a book. By the time a book is printed, the culture has changed.  The way for you to learn… Read More


The One Question All Babies Ask

Wait…babies ask questions? “But,” you may say, “babies can’t talk.” Oh, but they certainly can. From the very beginning, a baby communicates when he or she is hungry, uncomfortable, sleepy, lonely and afraid. Parents know that each cry has a unique sound… Read More