As parents we count the time spent in many areas of our children’s lives: practicing the piano, watching TV, playing video games, and exercising . . . all areas where we count by minutes and hours. By many studies, time spend in church attendance is critical to a child’s healthy development.
Okay, forget the studies. Just ask parents. Adults who grew up going to church, then took a break in early adulthood, often run to find a church as soon as they have children. Why? Because they sense what we know—God has something to say about how we live our lives. Parents understand it’s their responsibility to teach this to their kids, but most of us need some help too.
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Our ministries to children and families extend beyond weekend services:
If you have questions about Harvest Kids, speak with a ministry leader during weekend services or contact the Children's Ministry staff member of your campus at the right.
We schedule nearly 500 volunteers to work for Christ each weekend in Harvest Kids. To find out where you can show the love of Jesus to the children who attend Harvest Bible Chapel, e-mail the ministry leader on your campus.
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