It is not enough for kids to know basic Bible stories—they need to know how to read God’s Word for themselves and apply it to their lives.
God’s creative spirit is manifest in the way he designed humanity.
The most natural place for children’s ministry teachers to begin is to look at a Bible story and think about what models should be followed—or avoided.
It Is Time to Reevaluate Your Children’s Ministry Area
New Directions for Education, Ministry, and Discipleship (Zondervan)
Excerpted FromBridging Theory and Practice in Children’s SpiritualityEdited by Mimi Larson and Robert Keeley I am not advocating just gathering a bunch of preschoolers together and telling them...
Tips for kid-friendly online services.
Listening to God Together (IVP)
Excerpted FromSpiritual Conversations With ChildrenBy Lacy Finn Borgo When we accompany a child in their life with God, asking questions acknowledges the autonomy of the child—the child’s ability...
Brian Dembowczyk: How the Gospel Will Transform Your Kids, Your Church, Your Community, and the World