Tonight, at the conclusion of PowerClub Kids, we gathered together in our kids room. Three of the girls wanted to sing a song they have been learning in Kids Choir. And sing they did like little angels. Then each of the other kids wanted to get into the act, singing a variety of other songs. One sung a Hannah Montana pop song. Another sung the Spiderman theme song. A boy sang, “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.” All of the kids joined in with him. They sang enthusiastically, smiling and doing the motions. By allowing the children to choose their own songs, I was afforded a small window into what they deem important and they were provided an opportunity to build confidence in a safe, loving atmosphere. It was serendipitous and beautiful. It was delightful and full of purpose. It flowed naturally out of a prevailing atmosphere which values each volunteer and each child as special in the eyes of God.