Yesterday, I picked up my granddaughter, Andi, from school. On the ride home she kept talking about “additions,” and how we need to start a new addition at Christmas. Believe me, I had no idea what she was talking about, and so I started asking her questions to clarify. Finally, I realized she was saying […]
Thanksgiving Day is just around the corner. Here are four coloring pages that you can use this week or hand out as your kids leave. Pst. You could also post a link on your church page as a handy tool for your parents. CLICK HERE to download Thanksgiving Day Coloring Pages. Have Fun!
Thermometer: is a device that measures temperature or temperature gradient using a variety of different principles. Several years ago, I had to fill in on my Wednesday night Kinder Church Class. Something came up at the last minute and the lead teacher couldn’t be there. So I grabbed the lesson (at about 3pm in the afternoon). When I […]
One of the things I have found over the years, is that it is important that we teach God’s Word, but also create a place for kids to interact with each other and make friends. I do that through Small Groups. I have four goals for Small Groups: Connect a Small Group Leader with every […]
Can Children Speak In Tongues? To answer this question you must ask yourself, “What do I believe?” Your children will only go as far as you lead them. They will walk where you walk. So, you must answer this question for yourself, first. Joel 2:28-29 (NIV) And afterward, I will pour out my Spirit on […]
As a leader, we need to have vision for the future, while not forgetting who helped us yesterday. One of the best ways is to send a “Thank You” the old-fashioned way – an actual note card from you. It makes a huge impact on the receiver because of how much we are in-undated […]
“We always thank God for you all and always mention you in our prayers. For we remember before our God and Father how you put your faith into practice, how your love made you work so hard, and how your hope in our Lord Jesus Christ is firm.” I Thessalonians 1:2-3 One of the most important things […]
Let me begin with a story, my story. I grew up in the church. I loved God and everything about God. When I was in seventh grade, I went forward to receive the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in other tongues. It was at the end of the service. I went forward, but […]
Ministering to preschool children can seem daunting at times. They are very wiggly and active. I am going to give you four tools you can use every week. If you learn how to use these tools during our class time you will have success ministering to your preschoolers.