Truth78 Staff

  1. 8 Ideas for a Meaningful Thanksgiving

    8 Ideas for a Meaningful Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving is next week, and many of you are probably anticipating hours of cleaning to ready your home for company, preparing the perfect turkey, planning a dozen side dishes, setting a beautiful table, or traveling across country to grandma and grandpa’s house. In all the busyness, how can your family worship God during your Thanksgiving day?  ... More

  2. Encouraging Your Children with a Bible Reading Plan

    Encouraging Your Children with a Bible Reading Plan

    The new school year is well underway and, if your children are like most kids, their schedules are increasingly packed with tasks and activities—homework, sports practice, music lessons, church programs, friends, family, and more.  But what about Bible reading? Are you helping them to prioritize reading the Bible as a daily, beneficial habit? ... More

  3. God’s Holiness in the Classroom

    God’s Holiness in the Classroom

    What might happen in our classrooms if we took these words by David Wells to heart:

    Until we recognize afresh the centrality of God’s holiness, until it once again enters into the innermost fibers of evangelical faith, our virtue will lack seriousness, our belief will lack poignancy, our practice will lack moral pungency, our worship will lack joyful seriousness, our preaching [and teaching] will lack the mordancy of grace, and the church will be just one more special interest pleading for hearing in a world of competing enterprises. ... More

  4. Engaging and Equipping Parents for Discipleship

    Engaging and Equipping Parents for Discipleship

    Does it ever feel like the parents in your church seem to view children’s and youth ministry as a “drop-off” center meant to do the work of discipling their children? Or, maybe as a parent, you feel as if the church treats you somewhat like an incompetent outsider when it comes to discipling your own children? ... More

  5. Children Guided by 2 Timothy 2:15

    Children Guided by 2 Timothy 2:15

    The focus of the Truth78 conference this month is "Biblical Literacy for the Next Generation." What is at stake in cultivating biblical literacy for the next generation? Consider this exhortation from David and Sally Michael from an earlier conference message and what the implications are for children who would be guided by 2 Timothy 2:15: ... More

  6. Truth78 Announces New Leadership to Guide a Vision for the Discipleship of the Next Generation

    Truth78 Announces New Leadership to Guide a Vision for the Discipleship of the Next Generation

    Truth78 announced today new leadership to pursue a vision for the discipleship of the next generations, naming David Michael as Executive Director and Gary Brewer as Director of International Resource Development.
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  7. Heart-Focused Classroom Management – Part 2

    Heart-Focused Classroom Management – Part 2

    Discipline is helping children to grow, not controlling behavior. It is a long process that needs to be mostly positive in nature, but firm and loving. So, relationship building is incredibly important. Managing a classroom—keeping it under control, is something we can do the first time we ever walk into a group of children, and maintaining a well-run classroom achieves another goal—training our children in righteousness: ... More

  8. Truth78 Speakers and Breakout Seminars

    Truth78 Speakers and Breakout Seminars

    Will the next generations trust Christ? Will they stand firm in His truth? The "From Childhood You Have Known" conference has been designed to inspire and equip parents and teachers to acquaint the next generation with the holy, life-giving, all-satisfying Word of God.  ... More

  9. Heart-Focused Classroom Management – Part 1

    Heart-Focused Classroom Management – Part 1

    Attentive, well-behaved children sound like a teacher’s dream. However, our goal is not simply well-behaved children, but children who joyfully submit to God. It starts with an understanding of authority structure God has put in place, which brings about calm order and joyful submission. ... More

  10. The Benefits of Upgrading the Old to the New

    The Benefits of Upgrading the Old to the New

    We are so thankful for our many long-term ministry partners who have been using our curricula for years. You eagerly jumped in and began teaching our curricula even before we had fully completed our scope and sequence. Since those early days we have had time to start the process of improving our curricula—making them more teacher and student friendly. What’s the difference between the older versions and the newer revised curricula? Why upgrade the old to the new after all these years? ... More

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