Category Archives: KidMin

The Most Critical Years for a Child’s Spiritual Growth?

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? 

The Best Way To Get Your Leaders To Grow

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?

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 […]

Are Parents Really The Primary Spiritual Leader Of Their Kids?

There is a big emphasis in churches today on family ministry. In the context of family ministry, we hear a lot of talk about parents being the primary spiritual leaders of their kids. Many churches take this concept so far that they will not pray with kids to receive Christ, as they say, this is […]

How To Enhance Childrens’ Ministry Guest Experience

One of my favorite things to do is jump on Facebook and see what’s happening in a group called “Children’s Pastors and Children’s Ministries Leaders”. There is always good discussions happening and sometimes I find a question I think is great to answer in a short blog. One question I saw this week was, “I am looking for something for […]

4 Sunday School Lessons On Prayer

  Today, I am going to share with you 4 of my favorite Sunday School Lessons on Prayer. Prayer is a big part of our relationship with God and we need to teach kids to pray. Every year I set aside 2 months to teach the kids in my ministry about prayer.