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.
Tag Archive: Discipleship
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.
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.
It’s most important as ministry leaders to really know who God is and what His character is. He is the why of what we do.
Are we really making disciples the way Jesus did, or do we just create and follow our own formula for discipleship? Read about three things to consider as you engage in real-life disciple making.
Although discipleship and sharing the gospel never happens the same way twice, having a base of truth that you can easily reference in your mind and pull from when you’re sharing can be very helpful.
David Brenneman and his wife Tiffany began leading the children’s ministry at their church last year in Stuarts Draft, VA. Their vision is to equip their ministry leaders for effective children’s discipleship that will clearly communicate the depths of the gospel and result in real-life change.
Douglas Bond, author of more than twenty-five books, is Director for the Oxford Creative Writing Master Class, conference speaker, and leader of Church history tours in Europe. This month Douglas Bond interviewed Michael Morgan, director of Heroic Life Discipleship. You can check out the article at Douglas Bond's blog, or read the interview below.