Summertime. People in most other occupations are scheduling time off, looking forward to some downtime, preparing for vacations, but for those of us in children's ministry, we are ramping up for [Read more...]
On the cover this Bible states that it is “the translation that children can read and understand.” In the preface, it says that this is the “first translation of the Holy Scriptures prepared [Read more...]
The kidmin world has been much engaged of late with the idea of and need for Family Ministry. As we know, according to Deuteronomy 6, the primary responsibility for spiritual training belongs in the [Read more...]
As I was preparing lessons, planning for VBS and summer camp talks, and the many other tasks which occupy much of my time, I began to reflect again about whose agenda am I using - mine or God's? I [Read more...]
"We can connect kids to the Creator when they're 8, we don't have to rescue the when they're 18". As children's ministry leaders, this is something we all know, but often struggle to get others to do [Read more...]
Variety is the spice of life, they say, and this is never more evident anywhere than in children's ministry. Although children crave routine and boundaries, they love exploring the new. Every year [Read more...]
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