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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Ministry with children is a big job. It’s an important job. The Children’s Ministry toolkit was designed to provide you with the support you need to do the work you do.
GenOn Ministries is seeking 10-15 churches to pilot LIFT (their new intergenerational relationship-building curriculum) for four weeks.
Focusing our ministry attention on young adults has been a popular topic of conversation recently. But as someone who has been engaged in ministry with children for over 30 years, I’m concerned that we’re skipping over a generation.
This may come as a surprise to you, but Jonah wasn’t really swallowed by a whale. I’ve also discovered some other fishy “facts” that need to be reeled in. Read on to see if any of these tall tales sound familiar.
Have you seen the ‘I’m Part of God’s Story’ design that Dwell curriculum recently posted? In addition to helping helping children live into and out of God’s story—it’s a really fun design! Here are 8 ways to use it.
Recently I had a conversation with someone who, upon hearing me describe all the work that goes into creating pedagogically, theologically sound children’s ministry curriculum said, “I had no idea. You should tell people that!” And so I am.
The Ten Question Tool for Choosing Curriculum was developed by Faith Formation Ministries to support you in the curriculum decision making process.
We are frequently asked, “Do you have any children's ministry sessions on the Lord’s Supper?” Today I’m excited to tell you that we can finally answer, “Yes, we do!”
Discover how to bless — and how not to bless! — children during the celebration of the Lord's Supper.
Bless the families in your congregation with this free Christmas devotional and plant a seed to encourage them to resolve to talk about faith and to spend time together in God's story each day in the New Year.