Children: 13th Annual Outreach Resources of the Year

Brian Dollar: How to Lead Kids Through Life’s Tough Topics

Resource of the Year: Children

Talk Now and Later: How to Lead Kids Through Life’s Tough Topics
By Brian Dollar (Salubris)

Remember when you brought your child home from the hospital after being born? Do you remember the manual they gave you on everything you would need to know about parenting your child for the next 18 to 30 years? Wait, you didn’t get one of those? Me neither! In this book, Brian Dollar gives us some much-needed guidance in one of the hardest areas of parenting—talking!

Whether your kids are in preschool or high school, it is not too late to pick up this treasure and apply it at home. It is only getting harder to navigate the topics kids are faced with these days. This book will help anyone who has kids in their lives—parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, youth workers and children’s leaders—to navigate the sticky stuff.

Order From »

Also Recommended:

7 Family Ministry Essentials: A Strategy for Culture Change in Children’s and Student Ministries
By Michelle Anthony and Megan Marshman (David C Cook)

This is a close runner-up to the first choice for Resource of the Year. This page-turner from Michelle Anthony and Megan Marshman challenges us to equip families to be the primary spiritual leaders of our children.

While this topic is not new, the approach they take to bringing simple and applicable solutions to change the current culture of ministry is refreshing and eye-opening. If even just a couple of the principles and suggestions in this book are implemented, it would bring about a revolution in the spiritual future of this generation.

Order From »

EVALUATED BY STEVE ADAMS, children’s pastor at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California, with more than 25 years as a children’s pastor.

« Inspirational                                                                                           Youth »


  1. ‘Stop watch’ dating site gives songs one option daily

    duesGo to the monthly subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileCoffee Meets Bagel curates one variety, or perhaps even “bagel, For users in one day. Then it forces them to decide getting in touch with say “understand” while well as “pass” In a 24 hour pane.The potential mates are only visible together within that timeframe, And if the feelings are mutual they can go on a date.Singles see pictures and some profile information just enough to pique interest and the rest of the courting must happen in person.This puts the attention on quality, Not total, claims Arum Kang, Co president of Coffee Meets Bagel, Adding that there will be something “Serendipitous and tough” To the set up,should you be matched with Ed, if, you find his profile for 24 hours while Ed sees your profile for 24 hours, She told basic Mashable website,can be 24th hour, The match disappears and you might never get together this person again,(So if we come back to fishing metaphors, mindful which catch you toss back into the sea.)”Online dating space gets a bad reputation and rightfully so because products out there are frustrating, coldly public, And great, Arum mentioned.Right now the free dating site is just obtainable in New York City and Boston, But the idea got us focused on past debates within the CBC Community.Online dating is just about the second most common way for couples to meet,And the phenomenon has grown rapidly in recognition and socialIn February, We collected 7 successes and 7 horror stories about online dating from the CBC community, Then we asked readers to tell us what they think of the modern matchmaking sites.As latino dating if preserving the symmetry, The results were nearly perfectly split. Of the estimated at 1,500 people asked, 27 per cent said, “these websites a ok, While 28 percent said, “I’d stay away.

Comments are closed.