Sunday School Service
By LJ Harry
The Souls Harbor Children's Choir from Belleview, Florida started
us off. And how cute they were. They sang. They
ministered with dowel rods. They worshipped God. And
that got God's attention.
It was then time to show honor to whom honor is due. The
Sunday School Division announced the Sunday School Teacher of the
Year. Out of over thousands of teachers, Sister Diane Haight
from Michigan was awarded the National Sunday School Teacher of the
Year. You can learn more about this award and nominate a
teacher by visiting the
School Division's website.
Robbie Knox, Sunday School Secretary, memorialized the late Rick
Lumpkins from Arkansas who passed away this year. Lumpkins
gave so much of himself to reaching children that he was awarded the
honorary District Director of the Year. His love and burden
will be greatly missed.
Knox announced the record breaking offering of $1,357,877.34, an
increase of 4.2%. Glory to God!
Out of over 50 district directors, several were awarded for their
outstanding service during 2006. These directors are:
District Directors of the Year
|Director of the Year
|1st Runner Up
|2nd Runner Up
|3rd Runner Up
|4th Runner Up
|5th Runner Up
Save Our Children Giving
|Highest Sales Increase
|Highest Percentage of Increase
|Highest Average per Church
|Highest Percentage of Church Participation
Scott Graham presented the Save Our Children need for 2007: Kids'
Power Up. It's a radio show that the Sunday School Division is
promoting to reach children over radio waves.
Tom Foster opened up the Word of God to minister to the children,
children's ministry workers, and all others who came to hear from
God. Foster preached "Where Does the Sky Begin?"
Foster appealed for people to approach their classes and services
On the way to their classes back home, they made a stop by the
conference altar. Their stop by the altar proved to be a place
where God fueled our children and our children's teachers with
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