It was a great week at CentriKid! Check out these pictures and don’t forget to tweet and Instagram us @centrikid! We can’t wait to hear all about your week at camp!
Adrienne is currently working on her degree in Religion at Liberty University with a minor in Church Ministries. She began working for Centrikid in the summer of 2012 and joined the office staff in 2013.
[…] 2. Take advantage of teachable moments. Don’t feel like you need to completely jettison many traditional elements of the Christmas culture. Christmas trees, wreaths, candles, gift-giving, and even candy canes all have redeemable elements that you can use to point kids to Christ. For
Awesome! We're using this one tonight to talk about Moses' mother saving him using the floating basket.
At the beginning of this alley, it's dark and damp. The street is dirty, and it doesn't look like a very promising path. But if you look farther down the alley, there's a light at the end of the tunnel, literally! Sometimes we go through things in life that aren't always sunshine and roses, and we m