The Reluctant Witness


John Michael didn’t want to get out of the car.

His leader encouraged him to join the other boys and girls. “You’re going to make somebody’s day today,” she said.

John Michael frowned.

Slowly, John Michael climbed out of the back seat. He didn’t say a word. But that was soon to change.

By the next morning, John Michael couldn’t stop talking about how God had used him to make a difference.

How did God impact the lives of John Michael and a woman in his community through Children’s Ministry Day? Hear the rest of the story in our Children’s Ministry Day podcast.

After you listen, thank God that the good news of Jesus Christ has the power to transform lives. Please join us in praying that God will use Children’s Ministry Day 2012 to make somebody else’s day!

by Melody
Girls in Action Editor

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Recently, one of my friends made the following Facebook post:

“I was in Walmart behind a lady as she struggled with her groceries. She had the cashier ring about half of the groceries up with a distinct priority. About halfway through, she had the cashier start adding items 1 or 2 at a time while she watched anxiously the total on the screen. Eventually she had the cashier stop and left about 6–8 items on the belt. Her young daughter of about 7 years (who was patiently waiting) asked about the small watermelon on the belt and wondered why they weren’t getting it. She didn’t ask about the Oreos, just the watermelon.

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