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 […]
I am always amazed when people put age limits on what kids can do at church. Churches may limit what kids do but the Holy Spirit does not. My question for you is this, are you limiting your kids? I know that you love the kids you teach every Sunday and you enjoy teaching them 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.
Self Pity is one of the greatest sources of unhappiness. On the other hand one of the greatest sources of happiness is in helping other people. We all have problems we are dealing with. If we stay focused on our problems we can become depressed. When we shift our focus to helping others it not only helps them but […]
The Importance of Teaching Kids to Pray You and I have the tremendous opportunity of speaking into the lives of our kids and helping them cultivate their relationship with God. We get a few hours a week to share God’s Word and its everlasting truth. So, how do we expand the amount of time […]
A child’s most formative years are their youngest — from birth to age five. About 90 percent of a child’s brain develops in that time, according to studies. And 85 percent of a child’s intellect, personality and social skills are developed by age five. This begs the question, Is this also true with spiritual education?
Most Kid Ministry Pastors say that their biggest need is for more volunteers, but this may not be the case. It’s possible that your biggest need is for your current volunteers to step up and become leaders. The truth is that if you get more leaders then the volunteers will follow. What is the absolute […]
Should we Teach Kids About Speaking In Tongues? That depends. If your church does not believe in speaking in tongues then you should not teach the kids in your class about it even if you do speak in tongues. I think most of us understand why this would create problems. What I do not understand […]
Curriculum Depending on your disposition it can be your favorite or least favorite area of childrens’ ministry. The choices, methodology, and theology of curriculum available today are endless. I’ve got a couple questions for you…