Category Archives: Prayer

How to Remove Biblical Illiteracy from your Ministry

Children in our churches are becoming increasingly unlearned as far as the Bible is concerned. I hear many KidMin Leaders complain about the problem — mainly because there is no starting point. I have taken that as a personal mission to do whatever I can to become part of the solution. Here are a few of my […]

Can Children Speak in Tongues?

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 […]

Mark Asks 12 Year Old Girl To Pray, What Happens Next Is POWERFUL!

I was the opening speaker for the National Children’s Pastor Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. At the end of my message, I felt impressed to ask Jessica, a 12 year old girl, to pray for everybody in attendance. What happened next was a powerful outpouring of God’s love. This video will bless you, I promise! […]

The Importance Of Teachings Kids To Pray

  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 […]

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.

Honor The Old and Encourage The New

Honor the Old and Encourage the new

One of absolutes of life is that life is always changing. “The Times They Are a-Changing” was written by Bob Dylan in 1963. I love the song, but Dylan was pretty quick to throw out the old. If we are unwilling to change we will cease to exist, however do we throw away everything that is […]