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Build Cross-Generational Relationships on Sunday Mornings

Could you use a Sunday LIFT?

Bible study curriculum for K-8

I wonder how sharing builds relationships

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Donate and Receive Gift of LIFT

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Could you use the gift of a Sunday LIFT? Our “Climb the Mountain” Sunday LIFT session is a thank you gift for all of our 2018 donors and Partner Churches. Donate to GenOn Ministries by December 31 to receive our “Climb the Mountain” intergenerational Sunday morning session: Make a donation of at least $50 OR Join our GIFT Circle with at least $10 a month OR Commit your church to be a GenOn Partner with a donation of at least $50 2018 donors and 2018 + 2019 Partner Churches are already on the list to receive the gift of Sunday LIFT in early January. To...

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Build Cross-Generational Relationships on Sunday Mornings

Posted by Tracey Daniels at

What is Sunday LIFT?
A curriculum for churches that are looking to build cross-generational relationships on Sunday mornings. It can take the place of other Christian education or formation ministries or be used in addition to programming that already exists within your church.

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Could you use a Sunday LIFT?

Posted by Liz Perraud at

Sunday morning Christian education is changing in our culture. Churches and communities are now seeing more opportunities for families on Sunday morning instead of just church. Because of these and other obstacles, Sunday LIFT may be the choice for you.

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Bible study curriculum for K-8

Posted by Liz Perraud at

GenOn Ministries' well-loved K-8 Faith for Life Bible study curriculum is engaging, faith-deepening and grows relationships!  Kindergarten Course: God Loves Me: Students explore the love and joy that God has for each of us. (for Grades K/1) Course 1: Friends and Family in Faith: Students learn of making friends through seeing Jesus as a friend and exploring biblical teachings about friendship. (for Grades K/1/2) Course 2: Jesus and His Followers: Jesus is introduced as the embodiment of what God is like as students learn about Jesus' life and his teachings and what it means for how we are to live with one another today. (for...

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I wonder how sharing builds relationships

Posted by Liz Perraud at

I've taught preschoolers, elementary students, middle schoolers, high school youth and adults. There's not an age that I like to teach best. But it always feels like a better experience when I've talked less and they've talked more (whoever "they" are). Perhaps it's facilitating then, that I like more than lecturing. I've learned the importance of asking "wondering" questions rather than those that seem to have a right or wrong answer. Most students respond better to wondering questions. "I wonder why the disciples pretended not to know Jesus." "I wonder what God was thinking in sending Jesus as a newborn...

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