Welcome to the Global Christian Center Kids page. Hey! Here are cool games, Sports stuff, even help with your homework, and you can find strories as well as music. Want answers to your questions about God? Look here under Knowing God for some answers. This is your page Kids!

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red_baloonFind a new favorite game.  There are hours of fun right at your fingertips.

school_booksWho is God? Does He really care about me? How can I have a relationship with God. Here you can find lots of great stuff that will help you. Here are some great thoughts about God, specially written for you.
Learn how to be your best as you grow up to be the person God want you to be. Hand_Count_10

Studying_AbroadFind tips and tricks to help make homework easier. Here are lots of tools you can use to find out what you need to complete you homework assignment.

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Read fun and inspirational Kids story articles by our specially selected writers.

The Kids of Briarwood stories are geared to instill children with old- fashioned values. The fun-loving "kids" find adventure, friendship, social challenges, and learn to love and forgive. Follow the four-part series, as best friends Rachel and Caroline learn to let others into their world … Sarah, the newcomer, sweet Sam and his dog, Sandy, feisty Daniela, wealthy, self-centered Bryan, and John, the preacher's kid.

Follow the "kids" from ages eleven through fifteen, in four exciting, adventure-filled books. Follow their transition into junior high, then high school … as they "discover" who they are. Follow their lasting friendships, through their ups and downs. They discover that no matter what happens, friends are forever.

A Kid's book by Elizabeth Ware. 

A girl, either human or elven, named Alene (name means alone in Celtic), is discovered as an infant and raised by an old man. When she is older, she goes off on her own, to find her true family. As she travels, she learns different things, all of which are allegories for Christian principles. And, she meets people, who help her learn different things about herself and life.