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Always Bring Your A-Game!

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Author/Source: Karl Bastian

Topic: Kidology Theorem #09

Kidology Theorem #09 - The goal is not to be THE best. It is to be YOUR best.


The goal is not to be THE best. It is to be YOUR best. Always bring your A-Game!

One cannot over-emphasize the eternal impact and importance of your weekly investment into the lives of the children God has entrusted to you. It is during these formative years that children make decisions that will shape the direction of the rest of their lives. They need your best!

Too often we compare ourselves to others and wish we were better – or get discouraged by what we can’t do. God makes no such comparisons. He asks only that we do our best and be our best. I call it bringing our A-Game each and every week, regardless of ministry size, number of kids, or what challenges we face. God sees that dedication and faithfulness and I believe He honors and rewards it with results in changed lives. 

Here is a checklist to help you bring your A-Game to your classroom!


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