Helping Students Transition from Children’s Ministry to Youth Group

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Last week I looked into the eyes of some very apprehensive 11-year-olds.  It was their last Sunday in “KidzTown.” Even though we made a big deal about “graduating them” up to youth group, still some pulled me aside and asked if they could have just “one more..
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Author: Fred Parr

Fred is a minister and officiant for local wedding companies in Arizona

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