The Promise of Spring. Huntley Hope July 18, The vision for Mary’s Meals is that every child receives one daily meal in their place of education and that all those who have more than they need, share with those who lack even the most basic things. Adults have counselors, friends, parents and books to seek for love advice. Jim also speaks with Ardyth Brott about her new book: Making a Difference This Christmas. Soul Stones – “Rejoice Rejoice”.

They have all kids of different characters that are funny and the show also has segments with cartoons that again teaches lessons on how to be a good person. Splinter’s Moves – Rejoice in the Lord. Moira sits down with the parents as they talk about the link between vaccin More. Heaven is in Our Heart. Stockings for Children at Christmas. Join Jasper J Rock, the God Rocks, and all their friends as they learn and sing about loving God with all your heart, soul, and strength. Vibes faces the evil Zordock.

TQ – Sharing with Others. Great Reads for Kids. It’s Time for Parents to Grow Up? The Watoto Childrens choir is here! Give Life to the Children of Haiti. TQ – Find Your Joy. Pokum and Rocjids meet Gulp, the monster. We went to Oakville Christian School in Oakville Ontario to speak with some teachers about the definition of literacy and why it is important. Lolly braves the Dark Wood to find trillies.

For parents of toddlers and preschoolers, it all comes down to expectations and consequences. Stockings for Children at Christmas. Helping kids in the inner city find love and community. Andrew Blackwood speaks with Joe on the types of stresses that children are dealing with in today’s world. Cathy Gulli has started a fire-storm of discussion, questioning the growing trend where many parents relinquish parental control in their household in order to make sure their kids feel empowered and avoid conflict.


Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mount More. Don Miller from Canadian Bible Society offers a solution to that problem!

David Gotts is the founder and CEO of International China Concern, which is a ministry that supports abandoned children with disabilities. Maggie John sits down with mother, author, speaker and coach Leanne Cabral.

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He gives solutions and coping mechanisms for children who deal with stress. Join Shauna, Gary and the crew on TQ as they focus on thanking the Father as well as talk about what it feels like when others make fun of you.

Building A Strong Foundation of Communication. God Rocks performs ‘Your Attitude’ based off of Philippians 2: Bible teacher Lorie Hartshorn reveals how her marriage was kept intact in the midst of a difficult time with her children. Meagan Kelly For families in crisis Christmas can be a difficult time of year. Today on TQ, we focus on the power of our words!

t Poverty, sex trafficking, hunger among them. Living Your Faith at the Edge. If we will only give Him dast concerns, our heartaches, our families. Sarah Berchtold is President, Firm Foundations Romania Sarah and friends began a ministry centered around orphanages in Romania where they provide thousands of diapers each year to abandoned children More.


Splinter shows you some moves to follow the one and only Jesus! Incredible Islands — Engaging children with the Bible. TQ – Depending on Jesus. Sushi Night with the Family. Uganda Update after 4 Years of Change. The Promise of Spring. In this video Andrew explains how parents can foster healthy communication in the home.

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Alice was left orphaned with two younger siblings to parent and HIV More. TQ – A Plan and a Purpose.

Edit Details Official Sites: Prayer Ideas for Families. Bible teacher Lorie Hartshorn reiterate that Jesus is with us through our parenting journey. It’s a job that often get no recognition. These days, it is not only physical but verbal.

Bad Report Card Blues. The Gift of Grace Discussion. Shelly Calcagno shares her passion to minister to families and children – why it is so critical to proclaim the gospel to the little ones and the importance of strong family values.