How did fishermen catch fish? They would drop the nets several hundred yards from shore. The net had cork or wood floats on one edge, keeping that edge out of the water. Stone sinkers were on the other edge, which pulled the net down into the water. The fishermen would pull the net toward the shore, catching anything they came across. We may not drag around huge physical nets today, but we do have nets that we use to “catch” people for Jesus. They’re our talents and gifts.
It's our deep desire to train children in the way they should go, to help them to seek out God's will for their life, to help them use their talents and gifts, and to draw them closer to God by learning about the world and the Word. We're in the kid business.