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Whether you’re traveling across the country or making a day trip, it’s possible to make your drive as memorable with these fun and faith-filled ideas!
Looking for fun & faith-filled ideas to fill your girl's summer? Check out the 26 easy and girl-approved ideas on this A to Z list.
Your girl longs for you to show up, slow down, and really see her.
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Engage the girls in your church with these faith-filled resources. CRC Church Libraries can receive a complimentary one-year subscription to two GEMS Girls’ Clubs magazines!
Hello, Rick! You ask great questions and your sentence, "Starting to fish for information" especially caught my eye. At the 2021 GEMS Conference Executive Director Cindy Bultema shared a powerful ...
Thank you, Grace. Bless you for encouraging.
You are most welcome, Staci. What joy to share every opportunity to pour into the next generation. Thanks for what you do!posted on: Free GEMS Magazines For Your Church Library
Great post and thoughts! I am reading Mark Buchanan's book, God Walk-Moving At the Speed of Your Soul. Something about lacing up the tennis shoes that is bigger than calorie burn. It is good for...posted on: Walk This Way
Sharing reads? My favorite! Just finished Are My Kids on Track?--The 12 Emotional, Social and Spiritual Milestones Your Child Needs to Reach by Sissy Goff, David Thomas, Melissa Trevathan. An...posted on: What Books Are You Reading in 2019?
Dawn, I started reading Everybody Always by Bob Goff last weekend! So good! He will be speaking at the GEMS Celebration Dinner on September 16, 2019 at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park...posted on: What Books Are You Reading in 2019?
Hello, Jonathan! And to all who are commenting. Great discussion and real-life challenges within the children's ministry--finding enough leaders. My name is Lenae Bulthuis and I serve on staff...