So I know this has been talked about before probably, but my associate pastor gave me the green light to begin planning a remodel for our kids/preschool areas. Exciting right! Just so you know some…Continue
Hey guys, just seeking if someone has been through this and could give me some pointers. When I first came to the church i'm at now (1 1/2 years ago) they had no children's church or any form of…Continue
Hey guys,I'm in Mississippi and am looking for someone for next summer to speak at kids kamp. Was wondering if anyone knew of speakers close to or in that state who were good and not to expensive?…Continue
I once had a Bible college professor, who said “You must read to succeed”. Now I don’t know about you but I am not a reader. As a kid, I read the Bible and that was about it. In college reading was a necessary evil. I did not like it but I did it so I could pass my classes. At the time I thought his saying was just for the classes my professor taught, because we had reading quizzes all the time. But I have since realized that this saying applied to far more than just his class but ministry…Continue
Well it's hard to believe but summer is actually starting to wind down. To me it seems like summer just started. Maybe your preparing for the last "big" event of the summer. Perhaps your just trying to make sure programs get through the summer or your recovering from the summer already. Either way this can be an important time in ministry. Here are a couple things to help you transition into the fall.
First, finish well. After all summer isn't over yet. There…
One thing that I love doing is seeing kids outside of a church setting. To me it seems to help everyone relax. I also believe it helps show the kids that you really are the same in church and out of church, you’re a follower of Christ everywhere. Your faith is real. Which is a great example I think they need to see. Here are a two ways I’ve found to connect with kids outside of the typical church environment.