Here's a simple idea your church can use to help families experience rest while exploring the faith practices of prayer, wonder, and celebration at their own pace this summer. It starts with a jam jar...
Whether your church has already fully returned to in-person worship, is waiting to return, or is currently somewhere in between, here are some intergenerational ideas for marking the milestone of returning to in-person worship.
Looking for a simple, meaningful way to equip families to retell the Pentecost story with their kids? Try this!
Meaningful and doable ideas for including children in Easter worship? Check.
This year, we’ve once again been given a very special opportunity to encourage and equip families as they engage the Holy Week stories together in their homes. Here's how to do it.
Here's what tired families are craving from their church family right now. Hint: it's not online.
Check out this fabulous idea for helping families form faith this fall and into the future.
Whether you're wondering how to include and engage children during worship this fall or looking for fresh ideas for children's messages, the ideas in this post have got you covered.
This summer, use these ideas to help families grow in faith as they talk together, laugh together, and meet challenges together.
Wondering how you might meaningfully include children during online worship on Pentecost Sunday and/or how to support families as they celebrate Pentecost at home? Check this out.
Pay attention to the wide spectrum of mothering by including this video in your online worship service or by sharing it via social media.
What if today you released all that you've been holding so tightly, and replaced it with this?
Just because we’re not worshipping in person doesn’t mean we have to give up the excitement of a Palm Sunday parade with the kids. Here are some ideas to help as you plan worship in your context.
Finding it challenging to come up with ways to include children? Here are some ideas to help.
If your congregation is gathering online for worship and you're looking for ways to include children, use these ideas for inspiration.
These 5 resources will provide parents with faith formation practices that they can both call upon during this time and can continue to weave into their family life long after the coronavirus crisis is over.
Here’s one other approach to add to your list of possibilities while the kids are home. It’s tech-free, faith-forming, and fun!
Bible stories that feature anger, betrayal, pain, and grief aren’t easy to tell. Encourage and equip the families in your church by sharing God’s Big Easter Story with them this year.
Looking for a way to encourage and equip congregational leaders who are engaged in faith formation ministry? Check out this event.
When it comes to faith formation, today's families need more than another thing to do or to attend. They need help breathing.
Looking for ways that your church can support family faith formation as the new school year begins? Read this.