Keep in Touch With God In this digital age, we’re constantly in touch with our family and friends. Likewise, through prayer we have the privilege of 24/7 access to the…

Get Ahead of Bullying Behavior Bullying is a top concern for many children and parents. An estimated 160,000 kids miss school each day due to bullying behavior. Although most adults…

Free to Grow While meeting kids’ growing need for independence, parents engage in quite a balancing act. Either extreme of offering too few or too many freedoms can backfire—for kids…

Maximizing Summer Break Trying to fill the summer months with meaningful activities that bring your family members closer to each other and to God can seem intimidating. But summer offers…

Putting Honor & Respect on Display When it comes to teaching children to honor God and other people, it’s tempting to relegate that task to church and Sunday school. But…

Freely Forgiven Because forgiveness is an abstract concept, it’s important to model it for kids of all ages. When you mess up, let your kids see you apologize. Be specific…

Celebrate Jesus’ Sacrifice Because children think concretely, they understand Easter in vivid, literal images. They may understand that God brought Jesus back to life in a literal way, but from…

Put Love into Action “Love” is a theme seen throughout the month of February, but it doesn’t mean much unless we put it into action. As Christians, we have the…

Starting Fresh This Year As you look forward to 2015, it’s an ideal time to make sure your family is looking toward God. A new calendar year can mean a…

CM@Trinity is filled with age-relevant topics and Biblical-based content and it is our hope that the newsletter will provide you with great information to more adequately equip and empower you with raising your…

Page 8 of 9 1 6 7 8 9
© 2020 Trinity Baptist Church
Top
Follow us: