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They will learn to socialize with others and enjoy the process of growing up.
Activities like sports and visits to museums and parks provide both enjoyment and education when it comes to participate in group activities.
Sometimes false teaching originates from outside of the church. The New Testament teaches that a more rigorous response is required when it arises within.
Thus faithful pastors must learn how to identify and deal with false teachers. For the next two blog posts, I want to address each half of that question.
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Teenagers at different developmental stages develop different interests and it is important to consider their interests when choosing activities, as some kids might like being in team sports while others might find solitary activities like music lessons or reading more enjoyable.
Whatever the choices, healthy and fun activities are a lot better for kids than sitting in front of the TV or video screen all day.
Read and see what President Obama says about online education.
This MOOC has been made possible by a large team of volunteers as well as the generous financial and administrative support of the University of London International Programmes.
This course was first presented at UNESCO in 2010 in French and English.
Paul calls it “sound teaching according to the glorious gospel of the blessed God” (1 Tim. Elsewhere, it’s the “standard of sound words” and “the treasure” (2 Tim.
-14), the “words of faith” and “sound doctrine” (1 Tim. John calls it the “the teaching of Christ” (2 John 9).