These five factors can determine how well kids deal with and recover from difficult life situations.
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.
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.
Sharing a song my 9-year-old granddaughter wrote about giving our worries to God.
Whether you’re forming a new children’s ministry or reevaluating existing programming, it’s important to ask the right questions. This resource from Faith Formation Ministries will help you define your main purpose and goals.
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.
What have been your favorite Bible stories that have strengthened your family as you patiently wait for Covid-19 to be over? Check out Kids Corner’s Bible Stories Podcast, an immersive audio drama series that retells the greatest stories of the Bible!
Are you seeing the need for conversations to reduce the concerns of the children around us? Kids Corner has some resources that can help.
Pastors, here’s how you can shepherd the littlest sheep in your congregations, offering reassurance and pointing them to God in difficult times.