"I don’t want him to see the Apple logo on my phone more than he sees the smile on my face."
This game based on Chutes and Ladders will help your kids engage with the story of Joseph.
Being born into a culture that is saturated by Post-Modernism is distorting Gen Z's view of God.
The devil is not a rookie at the game of deceit and division... Social media is just one more of many tools he can use to accomplish his purpose.
And if there was any finger pointing to be done, it should have been pointed at me. They burned out because of poor leadership on my part.
It's no secret children's ministers have a lot of balls to juggle. But are you trying too hard to juggle all the balls in a way God never expected?
A recent study by Google reveals what Gen Z thinks is "cool."
Pharisaical parenting happens when we start becoming more of a rule enforcer than a heart nurturer.
Imagine the culture shock of a child who has been in church all of his life but has never been in the main service.
Whatever you think about Harry Potter, one thing cannot be denied...kids love Harry Potter. But why?
Here are a few things to keep in mind when sharing your personal story.
There are few, if any, males up front leading.
As a leader, are you asking the right questions?
Do you have a "me mindset" or an "us mindset" toward your marriage?
"Some may want to shield their children from discussions of death, but we do not.."
10 guidelines to follow when preaching to kids.
Being in children’s ministry can wear you down physically, emotionally and even spiritually. Then, all of a sudden, along comes a child who reminds you of why you stay in kids ministry.
Today's dads see themselves as less strict, feared, distant and work-focused than their own fathers.
Moses was actually the first guy with the idea, “It takes a village.”
The last 10 years have made me realize that many Christians speak unfairly about public school teachers. They may even speak slanderously.