Tag Archives: giving

Read for Missions: Sonlight's 2020 Read-A-Thon

2020 has been a year of cascading disappointments and cancellations. But there is still so much light shining in the darkness! And while we are all missing our in-person fellowship, homeschool co-ops, and volunteering activities, there are still tangible ways … Continue reading

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Using Christmas Giving to Teach Financial Literacy

Gifts are an exciting part of Christmas. Many of us give gifts to honor Jesus and his amazing gift of eternal life. Others of us give gifts to emulate the three wise men who sought to honor the Christ Child. … Continue reading

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The Children of India

India has over 400 million people who have never heard of Jesus. The lostness is staggering, yet God is at work in India! Continue reading

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Why Should Kids Care About Giving to International Missions?

I was a missionary kid, born deep in the heart of southern Mexico and then lived in the former Yugoslavia. The idea of giving to missions isn’t merely conceptual to me; it played out in my life in a very … Continue reading

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Experience India and Give Your Kids the Same Advantage Mine Have

My children have an advantage. I don’t mind telling you what it is. My children have experienced life in a culture devoted to the worship of false gods. They have watched families with dirty, barefoot, sunken-eyed children crowd around a … Continue reading

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Five Reasons to Teach Our Children to Give

We're wrapping up our WorldViews learning and giving project soon. What an exciting time for the Sonlight community to learn and grow and give together! There's still time to join in. If your family would like to participate, you can … Continue reading

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Match Ends Tonight. What Did You Learn?

One of the goals of this year's giving project was to help us catch God's heart for the Muslim world. I haven't had a chance to hear your stories, so I thought I'd share what I discovered. 1. This came … Continue reading

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