Graduation is a big milestone. This short shows graduates thanking all the people who have shaped their lives and given them a vision for who they can become.
When we send our children out the door and into their schools, they’re beyond our reach. We have to trust that they’ll make good choices, thrive, and reflect Jesus. Let this mini-movie lead parents in a prayer for their kids as a new school year begins.
As the school year draws near, let’s take a moment to pray and ask God to watch over our children. To protect them, guide them and give them the courage to live out their faith.
As the school year approaches, we need to take a moment to pray for our children. We need to ask God to watch over our children. To lead them, protect them and help them make right choices. We need to ask God to empower them to live out their faith and show them how to be an example of God’s great love.
There are just three things that you need to survive after you graduate. And it’s not pizza, money or a good job…
V.B.S. is coming to churches all across the world. V.B.S can be a serious issue…please two minutes and do what you can. Remember to make sure your kids are involved this summer!
Principal Dithers is prepared for the worst when Coach Dunsky fills in as the commencement speaker for Edison High School’s graduation. What he isn’t prepared for, is a hot mic when the topic of “God” comes up. Includes sermon outline for your graduation services.
Carrie and Melinda reflect on the bittersweet feelings of sending your kids back to school. But sometimes, those special times with our families over the summer months aren’t as perfect as we plan them to be.
Graduation is a milestone to celebrate…and reflect. You’ve accomplished so much and you’re ready to leap into the unknown. A chapter is closing, but a new one is being written…A full life is waiting for you. Go ahead and jump.
The first day of school can be bittersweet. It means freedom for mom, but it also means another year has come and gone. In this video, the Skitzy Chicks share a prayer for our kids as they head back to school.