October Editor's Notes

Our goal as leaders and parents is to help our children not become paralyzed by fears, but learn what to do in the face of them. That’s why we’re taking the month of October to discover what God says about courage as—being brave enough to do what you should do, even when you’re afraid.

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October Director's Notes

Use these notes to build your ministry’s Family Experience.

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