Children's Ministry
Tough Questions Kids Ask about Faith and Life
This guide offers wonderful wisdom to meet even the most difficult questions and help parents use these tough questions as opportunities to mentor their kids.
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Overview

"Are your children beginning to ask hard questions about God and the world? Do you feel like you want to answer their questions but don't know where to begin or how to do it? Kids can ask some questions that leave even the most learned parent scratching their head. This guide offers wonderful wisdom to meet even the most difficult questions and help parents use these tough questions as opportunities to mentor their kids."

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Topics:Children, Faith, Family, Growth
Filters:Children's Education, Children's ministry, Children's pastor, Daycare worker, Family ministry, Nursery, Parents ministry, Sunday school
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