Category Archives: Teaching

Are You Teaching Your Kids About The Holy Spirit?

It’s important to talk to kids about the Holy Spirit. Our kids need to know the Holy Spirit is real, powerful, and that He comes to live inside when we ask Jesus Christ into our hearts. This week I’ll be sharing five of my favorite sermons teaching about the Holy Spirit.  I guarantee these will […]

My Top 5 Parenting Failures

You may not think very highly of me after reading this blog, but I’m willing to take the risk. It’s hard to talk about failure, but it might help someone and it’s therapeutic for me. Bottom line, even if it doesn’t help you it will help me. “When I was a boy of 14, my […]

Is Jesus The Son of God?

It is important to establish why we believe that Jesus is the Son of God. The belief that Jesus is the Son of God is what makes Christianity stand out from other religions. Some religions believe that Jesus was a good man, but they do not believe in His Deity. There are three core reasons […]

Is Amazon Bringing Back The Holiday Catalog?

Last week, I received in the mail, at my home, a catalog from Amazon.  It included stickers and a special page for kids to write down what they wanted for Christmas.  Yes, Amazon has brought back the “Holiday Catalog.” If there is one thing we can all agree on, it is that receiving gifts is […]

Teaching Kids to Have the Right Attitude At Christmas

Christmas is right around the corner.  I love this time of year.  It truly is the “Most Wonderful Time of the Year!” On the other hand, the real reason we celebrate Christmas can get lost in the hustle and bustle to get the best gifts and have the best decorated Christmas Tree. Our focus can […]

The Blood Of Jesus – Object Lesson

Scripture Reference: 1 John 1:7, Psalm 51:2 Take Home Point: Jesus paid the price for my sin. What You Need: Clear jar full of water, red food coloring, small bottle of bleach, stir stick. Preparation: Have items prepared on stage before service and ready for use. Object Lesson Application: In this lesson we are talking […]

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 […]

How I Turned My Ministry into a Family Ministry.

We hear a lot of talk today about family ministry, but what exactly is family ministry? My thoughts about family ministry have changed over thirty-five years of ministry. I have a different view of things than when I started. This is my definition of family ministry: family ministry is comprised of the church and the […]

5 Things to Remember During a KidMin Christmas

5Christmas is such a busy time. There are parties, gifts to give, family time, plus all of the regular things that you have to do. Like, no one is going to come in and do all of my laundry just because it’s Christmas. Although, if you’re reading this Santa, “Do you wanna lend me just […]