Heard on a local Christian radio station:
“You may not be able to do everything, but you can refuse to do nothing.”
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I’ve been thanking God for three Kids Klub volunteers who are refusing to do nothing and am excited about the work God is going to do through them. The 5th-6th grade Kids Klub class is one of the most challenging classes to teach and also one of the largest classes. Now we have 3 adults who are taking ownership of that age group. Along with smaller class sizes, we’ll be able to separate guys and girls, which will cut down on some distractions and create an environment to go much deeper with these pre-teens.
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I heard a report this week about a teen who accepted Christ as Savior at a recent Teen Night where Caleb shared the gospel and invited teens to repeat a prayer after him if they wanted to receive Christ. This teen had been searching for some time and finally said “Yes” to Christ. I think of all the people who refused to do nothing — a Christian friend who invited the teen to Aim Right activities; Caleb, who spoke as God directed him on that evening; and an intern who planted seeds of truth and love, that this teen might come to have a personal relationship with Jesus. Praise God!
“No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draws him in.” John 6:44
“Truly, truly I say to you, whoever hears My Word and believes Him who sent Me has eternal life. He does not come into judgment, but has passed from death to life.” John 5:24