Category Archives: Teaching

How 12 KidMin Leaders Are Successful In Ministry

Yesterday, I was just sitting in my office thinking to myself, what makes KidMin Leaders successful in ministry? So, I decided to ask the KidMin community that I’m a part of on Facebook a simple question… “What’s Your Best Advice That You’d Give To A New KidMin Leader or Pastor?” Honestly, I was blown away […]

Helping Children Receive The Baptism of the Holy Spirit

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 […]

Are you limiting your kids?

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 […]

What Every Preschool Class Time Should Include

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.

Do You Use A Thermometer On The Weekend?

Thermometer: is a device that measures temperature or temperature gradient using a variety of different principles.   Several years ago, I had to fill in on my Wednesday night Kinder Church Class. Something came up at the last minute and the lead teacher couldn’t be there. So I grabbed the lesson (at about 3pm in the afternoon). When […]

Why I Teach My Kids About The Holy Spirit

I don’t know how you feel about teaching kids about the Holy Spirit, but for me it’s one of the foundational teachings of my children’s ministry. I teach it every year. Here’s why…

Teaching Kids to Love Others

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 […]

[FREE] 25 Games For Your KidMin!

Have you been scouring the internet looking for some great games to play in your KidMin? You’re in luck because we’ve put together a PDF with 25 of our favorite games to play from the quick in a pinch games to the elaborate game night styled fun for the whole family. The best part about […]

The Number One Job Of A KidMin Pastor

  I was a Children’s Pastor for 15 years before I understood the primary purpose of my job. I thought the main thing was teaching kids the Word of God, but really the main thing is being a conduit of the love of the Father to the kids that you teach. I still remember the […]

Should We Stop Doing VBS?

  If you could push a button and wipe away VBS forever would you do it? I never really understood the name “Vacation Bible School.” The words “school” and “vacation” should NEVER be in the same sentence. When I hear someone say Vacation Bible School, it reminds me of summer school. Admittedly I have never been […]