Do You Have A Growth Track For The Kids In Your Ministry?

I’ve got a few questions for you today.

Do you want your kids to grow up spiritually?

Do you want to see tangible results of the inner change happening in their spirit?

Do you want lessons that teach applicable principles for your kids to grow?

I’m imagining your answer was YES.

I have an 18 month old daughter, Andrina, I lovingly call her Andi. (see picture below)


Andi just had her 18 month check up at the pediatricians office.

I imagine many of you are familiar with check ups and how they chart a child’s physical health and growth.

More importantly, my wife and I got a plan from the pediatrician to keep Andi healthy and growing.

As children’s pastors we need to have the same mindset for the spiritual health and growth of the children in our ministry.

In our elementary classes, kids are beginning to take responsibility for their spiritual growth and they need to understand how to keep growing in the things of God.

This is why we developed our 12 week series GROW UP 2.0!

Your kids will get applicable principles to keep them growing strong in God.

Here’s the first six lessons:

Lesson 1: Don’t be a Baby

Lesson 2: Born Again

Lesson 3: Read the Bible

Lesson 4: Do What the Bible Says

Lesson 5: Guard Your Heart

Lesson 6: Pray Everyday

I’ve got some great news…

For the next 10 days, you can get the 12 week unit GROW UP 2.0 for  $99

It gets even better…

We will ship your 12 week unit of GROW UP 2.0 to you for FREE!

Don’t delay, start developing your growth track for your children’s ministry today!



Lance McKinnon

Lance is the newest addition to the SuperChurch.Com team. He is happily married to his wife Melissa and they have two daughters, Andrina & Lucille. He is a graduate of Rhema Bible Training College and entering his senior year at Oral Roberts University for his bachelor’s degree in Ministry Leadership. He has over 10 years of ministry experience in student ministries and writes for the Super Church & Kinder Church 2.0 curriculum.

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