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What is your church doing for Advent?

Teaching Your Child to Be a Child of God

Two Questions: Michael Droege

What Does a Child of God Look Like?

One Great Idea: Veterans Celebration

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What is your church doing for Advent?

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What would it look like to gather all ages together in your fellowship hall for a meal, Bible study, playing, and praying during the Advent and Christmas seasons? 

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Teaching Your Child to Be a Child of God

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As you have heard before, our children learn best by watching us. Therefore, we must all take on the characteristics of God and be a good child of God example.  A parent’s  greatest responsibility is to teach their child(ren) to be a child of God and what that means in today’s world.  It means taking on the character of God, for we are made in His image.  We need to treat others with respect and see them as children of God. When we are kingdom people, we follow God’s greatest commandments to love God and love others. 

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Two Questions: Michael Droege

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Michael DroegeYouth and Family Ministry DirectorWilson Memorial Church, Watchung, NJ In each edition of GenOn Connect, we will ask one member of the GenOn Ministries Advisory Council the same two questions about intergenerational ministry: “What keeps you up at night?” and “What gets you up in the morning?” What keeps you up at night? I’ve been in youth ministry now for 30 years. As a career youth minister, I led “best practice” youth ministries both within the church and in campus ministry, as so many dear colleagues and friends do around the country. Kids have a great time, understand God...

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What Does a Child of God Look Like?

Posted by Tracey Daniels at

We are all children of God and deserve to be treated that way. It’s the one rule of LOGOS and foundational to the theology—and theology in action—that we teach at GenOn Ministries. When we are intentional about seeing each person as God sees each person (as God’s child), we have a chance of living out the one rule. And a chance of creating contagious Kingdom of God communities—in our homes, classrooms, churches, neighborhoods, sports teams, social media, everywhere.

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One Great Idea: Veterans Celebration

Posted by Tracey Daniels at

We have invited veteran guests to join our LOGOS group at dinner for several years, on the Wednesday closest to November 11, and have enjoyed an overwhelming response to the event.  A few weeks before our Veteran's Celebration, we give the children an invitation to invite veterans from any branch of the military, active or retired.  We enjoy the responses to the invitation, and look forward to meeting their friends at dinner.

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