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One-on-One: Why does it matter that we combine relational and academic activities in the mentor hour?

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When The Church Notices Children

When The Church Notices Children

Across this amazing country, a unique opportunity raises its hand and waves it back and forth in an effort to capture churches’ notice. In Auora, Illinois, a principal and pastor met to discuss a potential partnership. The principal invited a third grade teacher to listen to the idea. When asked for her thoughts she said, […]

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3 things to talk about with your student before summer break:

3 things to talk about with your student before summer break:

As the school year nears it’s close, students, teachers and parents begin to think about the summer months. And for you, as a mentor, it often means three months that you won’t get to see your student. That’s why it’s important to be sure you talk about this break in mentoring – because whether you’ve […]

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One-on-One: Should I let my mentee win when playing a game?

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20 Reasons to Look Forward to KHUSA’s Next 20 Years

20 Reasons to Look Forward to KHUSA’s Next 20 Years

One year ago, Kids Hope USA began posting a series of “20 Reasons” blogs that provided a multi-dimension snapshot of the many people who helped to make this program a tremendous success. We shared lists of 20 reasons to celebrate everyone from mentors to prayer partners to program directors to school principals, plus many others. […]

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