6-13-2019 – e-News

Each week, I post a little something in our KiX Leaders Facebook Group, asking our team to share highlights from their Sunday morning experience. I am so blessed by their responses each week and thought it might be fun to share some highlights with you.
 
Nursery
“One sweet baby spent time playing in the nursery after she woke up from her nap. Mommy and Dad were in service. This was a huge win! She followed another baby around and never cried!” “A sweet baby boy cooed and smiled and had a great conversation with me. Afterwards, he snuggled up and took a long nap in my arms.” “I really love seeing how the babies become more comfortable with us over time. It really made my heart happy to see one baby walk around and talk to each of us as friends she feels happy to be with.”
 
Toddlers
“We had an impromptu dance party in the Toddler Room to celebrate the lame man regaining use of his legs. We were jumping, skipping, and walking to count beats which naturally led to dancing. It was fun and spontaneous and the kids loved it!” “I had two new kiddos in Learning Hour and everyone really played great together.” “It was my first time working with the Toddlers on Sunday … my highlights were watching my helpers read to the kids after our lesson finished and how their little eyes lit up!”
 
Preschool – Elementary
“When one little girl volunteered to lead the prayer and prayed the sweetest prayer about obeying your teachers. And then when she was done, she grabbed my arm and asked, ‘Was that a good one?'” “We were reviewing what we had done for the last few months and when answering one of the questions, several of them started saying one of the old memory verses. They really are keeping them in their hearts and heads.” “After church, a child did not know what she wanted to say but her hug said it for her.” “While praying with a child during worship, I felt tear drops touch my hand as we prayed together for the student’s friends who do not know Jesus and do not have a church home.”
 
God is doing amazing things in the hearts of our kids and their leaders! I hope these little tidbits left you feeling encouraged.
Pastor Chelsea
 
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