On vacation with her family in Montana, a mother drove her van past a church in a small town and pointing to it, told the children that it was St.
"It must be a franchise," her eight-year-old son said. "We've got one of those in our town too."
A Sunday school teacher challenged her children to take some time on Sunday afternoon to write a letter to God. They were to bring back their letter the following Sunday.
One little boy wrote: "Dear God, We had a good time at church today. Wish You could have been there."
Bouncing out of her first day in nursery school at Mount Moriah Presbyterian Church in Port Henry, New York, a three-year-old girl gleefully informed her mother: "We had juice and Billy Graham crackers!"
Rev. David A. Stammerjohn, pastor of Laboratory Presbyterian Church, Washington, Pennsylvania, spent a week at the Synod school with his two children. The school's theme focused on Moses and the Exodus.
When they returned home, his five-year-old daughter excitedly greeted her mother: "Guess what, Mommy. We made unleaded bread!"
The old pastor made it to a practice to visit the parish school one day a week. He walked into the 4th grade class, where the children were studying the states, and asked them how many states they could name.
They came up with about 40 names. He jokingly told them that in his day students knew the names of all the states.
One lad raised his hand and said, "Yes, but in those days there were only
Four-year-old Tucker Jones attended the vacation Bible school at our church.
The theme was "Discipleship and Saving Mother Earth." His mother, Trish Jones, asked Tucker what he had learned.
He immediately told her all bout "Jesus and the 12 recycles."