Classes & Prayers2022-05-22T21:04:46+00:00

Classes

Justice for All

Justice for All
Scriptural Truths about a Cultural Buzzword

Lesson topics include:

  • Why does the Lord love justice?
  • Does justice have anything to do with children and urban problems?
  • Where does the Old Testament place responsibility for the poor?
  • What does it mean to love your neighbor?
  • Does justice have anything to do with worship?
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Justice for All

Listen and Make Room
A 5-session course on joining God in making a difference for vulnerable children

Lesson topics include:

  • The Dream is Still Alive: Rekindling Isaiah’s Vision
  • It’s Not a Good World: How Can We and Others Address the Brokenness Around Us
  • Blueprint for the Future: How Can We Bless More Children?
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Prayers

Train up a Child—A Prayer

March 3, 2016 Harold Shank With appreciation to Character First Dear Lord, We address you as our teacher. You have instructed us in the ways of righteousness and justice. You have told us right from wrong, the difference between what helps and what hurts. You have urged us to avoid the path to destruction and pointed us to [...]

A Prayer for Children from Mark 10

Mark 10:13-15 13 And they were bringing children to Him so that He might touch them; but the disciples rebuked them. 14 But when Jesus saw this, He was indignant and said to them, "Permit the children to come to Me; do not hinder them; for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. 15 "Truly I [...]

Prayer for the Vulnerable

Inspired by Deuteronomy 10:12-22 Dear God of gods and Lord of lords. We know we humans make many gods. We make them of stone and we make them of money. But we confess that of all the gods we see and the ones we sometimes worship, our intent now is to worship only you. We commit to having [...]

Hour of Power

Thank you for telling us the truth that children can be taught. We regularly witness the newborns learning to speak, children mastering language, youngsters being trained to read, the young instructed on how to live and behave. We ask you to help us train children. We ask you to give us a deep appreciation for your proverb that [...]

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