As I view different ministries and am asked to evaluate them, I realize that there are some basic “non-negotiables” that you must have that apply to any children’s ministry. Here they are, in no particular order: A purpose – Why are you doing what you are doing? Communication – Among leadership, with children and families […]
I was recently sent a copy of the Power Bible, Volume 1 to review. It is a comic book style Bible designed to engage young children. Working with children, I’m always looking for ways to get children interested in God’s Word. From the credits in the back of the book, Volume 1 of the Power […]
It happened again! You have a children’s ministry activity planned and someone else is using the room, the equipment, or whatever, hindering your planned event. You get so frustrated and want to scream! I’m sure that has never happened to you This is what happened to me.
Supplies: Piece of wood, stain, paint brush, covering for table/floor, rag or paper towels A carpenter or painter walks into the room with the wood and the stain to talk about a DIY (Do It Yourself) project. The painter explains that the wood may have some flaws (use sandpaper to smooth some of the […]
While I was the commander at one church and participated in Bible Quizzing for several years, I was blessed to have at least one team come in 1st place every year except for one. The teams had access to the same resources that any other club has access to and I excuse myself from participating […]