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1955: Art Rorheim Travels to Venezuela

In 1955, Art went on a trip to Venezuela with New Tribes Mission (now Ethnos360). While there, he took notice of all the children aimlessly roaming the village, and it sparked an idea. He decided to draw an Awana game circle into the dirt along a riverbank and, through an interpreter, invited children to join […]

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Recruitment: Tools and Tips

Your Awana ministry may be winding down at the end of the school year and the last thing on your mind might be the next ministry year, but recruitment is a never-ending process. Finding amazing leaders to fill your Awana ministry next year can start now! Here are some of the key tools you have […]

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Radical Love Could Have Saved Nikolas Cruz

Radical Love Could Have Saved Nikolas Cruz

That’s what I said during a radio interview with WRMB in South Florida recently. Even as I said it, I realized it might sound like a simple over statement to many people, including some Christ-followers. But who knows what each of us is capable of without the redeeming work of God in our lives? What […]

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Free 3-Part Easter Devotional

Free 3-Part Easter Devotional

Do you ever long for slow? Life can come so fast and each of us can become easily swept up in the fury of activity as we live out our day-to-day routines. Our hearts long for a different rhythm. A rhythm not of this world, but of a different Kingdom. Over the course of the […]

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