Do this, don’t do that, live right, do right, don’t drink, don’t smoke, don’t have sex, don’t hate and don’t sin. These statements aim at doing right, and used many times in children’s ministry. The statements convey moral standards that children are to obey in order to please God. As leaders we can all turn to each other, pat each other on the back and say, “good job, we just created moral robots and future rebellious kids!” Some of you reading this may repel back from these words in anger or confusion. You may submit a good question such as, “Are morals or rules a good thing?” Yes, they are, but morals placed in their right place. What do we want our children to believe and follow, mere moral codes?