Have you ever had a Scripture verse come to mind at the exact moment you needed it? That’s the power of God’s Word—and you can help plant that wisdom in your child’s heart.

TAKE6—A new tool that can help equip Promiseland Parents to be the primary spiritual influencers in their homes.

TAKE6 is simple! Just take 6 minutes a day, Tuesday through Friday, to read all or part of the age-specific Bible passages listed below with your kids. Reading Scripture together as a family will begin building a faith foundation for your kids. Then, Promiseland will take the Scripture deeper with your kids on the weekends. What a partnership!

“Here is what I am commanding you to do. Be strong and brave. Do not be terrified. Do not lose hope. I am the Lord your God. I will be with you everywhere you go.” – Joshua 1:9

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About Dan Lueders

A Chicago based songwriter, producer and musician, Dan Lueders has a career that spans 28 years. In the beginning, Dan worked with several Chicago based groups such as XTC, Drive, Kelly and the Playmakers, The Stay Tuned Orchestra and Willow Creek Community Church. Dan has been a regular musical contributor for the the Daily Giz Wiz Podcast with Dick DeBartollo and Leo Laporte and This Week in Fun Podcast with Sarah Lane and Martin Sargent on the twit.tv network. Dan's work includes playing bass with Darlene Czech, Laura Hall, Tommy Walker, John Carlson and Kirk Whalum, among others. As a songwriter/producer Dan is currently on staff as music director for Promiseland Children’s Ministry at Willow Creek Community Church. Also, Dan is a musical contributer for the Annual Willow Creek Association’s Children’s Ministry Conference each spring.

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  1. Heidi Williamson says:

    Dan – What a fantastic song! We are doing a Joshua themed VBS this summer and this song would make a PERFECT theme song!! I’m wondering where I can buy the music or CD for the kids to sing along with??

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