Practicing sabbath with children is about enjoying God and his world and taking a break from our busy, scheduled lives.
The rhythms of rest that God offers us are life-giving to our soul and to our ministry.
The pandemic has changed the way we do ministry. What might it look like for children’s ministry leaders to turn their focus on faith formation within the home this year?
Resources, conversations, and ideas for children's ministry leaders.
Is your church discussing how and when to reopen in-person children's ministry? Find resources including an online roundtable, questions to consider, and people to contact.
Children’s ministry leaders have the opportunity right now to pause and catch their breath—to conduct a self-assessment, as well as a ministry assessment. Here are a few questions to help guide your reflection.
This ability to wonder is one of the beautiful things that children can teach us in life.
Pastors, here’s how you can shepherd the littlest sheep in your congregations, offering reassurance and pointing them to God in difficult times.
Robin Turner, a children’s ministry director and blogger, shares simple actions to engage children in the season of Lent.
This open letter to children’s ministry workers is a reminder that even the smallest tasks can make a difference in eternity.