This FREE resource will help you easily adapt any DWELL session to a simple outline that can be used in a variety of settings.
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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.
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.
A mid-year check-in is a great way to touch base with your Dwell leaders. It reminds them that you’re available to help and support them as needed.
Here are a few simple suggestions to encourage parents to make use of the wonderful Dwell resources.
Leaders who are well equipped, resourced, and supported are a key part of every Dwell program. A great way to equip and support leaders is by planning a simple Dwell training.
Advent is a great chance to connect your Dwell time with Sunday worship! One simple way to do this is to create an Advent wreath for your Dwell space.
It's important to stock every Dwell space with the right supplies. Here are five things I reached for the most in leading Dwell.
Images are the simplest and most effective way to make sure that information is stored as a long-term memory. Here are five ways to display the Dwell story symbols that will help you tell God's story in a way kids will remember.
Use this pep rally idea and commissioning litany to send your Sunday School kids into a new year of learning about God with excitement and encouragement.
Even in our most desperate recruiting moments, we don't just want any warm body to lead Dwell. We want the right people to step into the role. Here's a quick script you could use for a church announcement as you look for quality Dwell leaders.
In the midst of trauma and grief, how do we point children to the comfort of God’s love and care for them?