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Keeping up with the trends
No one wants to be obsolete. That’s why we buy tablets, smartphones and laptops. We download all the neat apps and keep up with the latest trends. We play games like Flappy Bird and Candy Crush just to see what our students are into. We..
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Facing a sixth grade problem
We’re facing an interesting development in youth ministry in our community. As part of money-saving reorganization effort, the local school system (in addition to closing several schools) plans to move sixth grade from middle school to elementary.  While that makes it easier for busing and..
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Time to Unplug
I recently learned a valuable lesson from my daughter. This past Christmas, she received a LeapPad Ultra as a present.  If you don’t know what that is, it’s essentially an iPad for children.  It has apps, games, a search engine, a YouTube like feature and..
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A Mixed Group Has Some Advantages: A Response
I’ll admit it. I don’t split up my students into middle school and high school groups. For me, it’s strictly a structural issue. I serve in a small church and dividing our students isn’t practical in our setting. That isn’t necessarily a bad thing. There..
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