Gillian Ferwerda introduced herself a “Story Hour kid.” Today she serves Raise Up Global Ministries and Coffee Break as an administrative assistant. We are so thankful to have her!
If you currently do not offer a childcare ministry alongside your Coffee Break; starting one may not be as difficult as it seems. Here are some practical ideas to get started.
Story Hour and Little Lambs leaders can join the Facebook group: Story Hour & Little Lamb Connect. Read on for instructions on how to join, and how to learn from and support other children's group leaders.
Come join the fun at Inspire 2017! Coffee Break small group leaders will learn alongside church planters and Story Hour leaders alongside campus ministry leaders. Imagine the conversations!
Bible memory is important. When working with young children, add motions to the words to help embed the truth of scripture into a child’s heart.
The Fall 2015 issue of the Coffee Break Newsletter is now available! This issue has inspiring stories about the impact of Coffee Break in lives, families and communities.
I've been involved in children's worship for many years and I have a struggle every season: What songs do we teach these children? Do we teach them what is current? What is catchy?
In Part 1, we considered ways to encourage and support children with learning and behavioral challenges. But what about parents? How can we have supportive and encouraging conversations?
As children’s ministry leaders we want our programs to be inviting for everyone — including children with learning and behavioral challenges. How do we connect with children who respond in unanticipated ways?
If the Faith Alive "HC and Me" material is not a good fit what are some alternative options?