As parents, it’s our responsibility to train our children, both in words and in example, what it looks like to live for God in all facets of life.
Young children are like sponges, and there is no better way to take advantage of that than by filling their minds and hearts with eternal, life-giving Truth.
Because of so many Millennials leaving Christianity, fewer Americans will grow up in the church or even hear about Jesus as a child. Who will lead them to Jesus? And how?
Children’s ministry is, oddly enough, about much more than children’s ministry. It’s also about serving the people on your team.
Are you tired of buying kids more stuff for Christmas? Use this season to invest in some meaningful and fun gifts that will help your kids grow in their relationship with Jesus.
When good communication is not in place, your people will feel left out, marginalized, and, worst of all, that you don’t trust them. Here are three ways to practice excellent communication within your ministry organization.
When you explain the “why” behind your ministry, people who identify with your vision will “get” it and be passionate about it. They’ll want to join your cause because they care about it.
What if your team found children's ministry an experience that builds them up, strengthens them spiritually, and leaves them wanting to continue working with the team?
To be truly effective disciplers, we must connect with God before teaching others to do the same.
Talking to our children about hell is not an easy thing. But the reality is that if we give our children an accurate portrayal of the gospel, it must include the eternity of pain we are spared from when we believe in the gift of salvation that Jesus purchased for us.
- The Little Moments: Discipling Your Children in Daily LIfe
- Hidden in Their Hearts: The Importance of Memorizing Scripture with Your Children
- Resolved: To Make Disciples of Jesus in 2018
- Team Unity: Creating a Culture of Commitment by Serving Your People
- 9 Gifts That Mean More
- Team Unity: Creating a Culture of Commitment Through Communication
- Team Unity: Creating a Culture of Commitment Through Vision
- Team Unity: What Will Make People Love Working With Your Ministry?
- Connect with God Before Discipling Others
- The Full Picture: How to Talk to Kids About Hell
- The Ordinary Everyday Impact
- How Early Do You Start Family Devotions?
- You Can’t Give What You Don’t Have: Interview with Children’s Ministry Leader
- As You Go, Make Disciples: 3 Keys for Real-Life Disciple Making
- Summer 2017 Team Updates | Part Two
- Summer 2017 Team Updates | Part One
- Why I Don’t Do Ministry Without Prayer
- God’s Version of Fatherhood
- Family Discipleship: Checklist or Devotion?
- How to Explain the Gospel to a 5-Year-Old
- 3 Ways to Give Kids a Heart for Missions
- 5 Ways to Make Family Discipleship Hands-On
- The Case for Messy Devotions
- Interview: Are You Equipped for Ministry?
- How to Reach an American Orphan
- Interview: Musings of an Effective Ministry Leader
- Video: Why We Do Kid’s Ministry
- Douglas Bond Interview with Michael Morgan: What Makes Heroic Life Discipleship Unique?
- Interview: Good News in a Public School
- How to Raise a Disciple-Maker | Part Two
- How to Raise a Disciple-Maker | Part One
- Be Faithful With One | Part Two
- Be Faithful With One | Part One
- The Power of Prayer in Ministry | Part Two
- The Power of Prayer in Ministry | Part One
- Imagine If | Part Two
- Imagine If | Part One
- The Source of Life
- The Forgotten Ones | Part Two
- The Forgotten Ones | Part One
- The Power of Story
- Effective Discipleship Tools | Part Two
- Effective Discipleship Tools | Part One
- Interview: Great Commission in a Small Town | Part Two
- Interview: Great Commission in a Small Town | Part One
- The Gospel Framework | Part Three
- The Gospel Framework | Part Two
- The Gospel Framework | Part One
- How to Prepare a Hero
- Meet the Team | Part Three
- Meet the Team | Part Two
- Meet the Team | Part One
- An Introduction
- Equipped for the Journey