Dan Scott truly hopes children never lose their wonder at the awesome God of the universe.
Take a look at this great infographic from Orange Leaders about how to be an effective teacher.
Our return on investment in family ministry is vitally important to those we serve.
Teach children biblical principles in the context of recreational activities.
Insight on how children uniquely see the things of God.
A devotional on the importance of giving your all to your ministry's kids.
Justyn Smith gives some insight and encouragement to fight the good fight against mediocrity in children's ministry
Dove Award-winning recording artist Annette Oden offers great tips on incorporating music into your kids' services.
One of the most precious commodities any leader has is their time. How we spend it matters greatly. Do you care how you invest your time?
The challenge is to handle Easter as if it were a fine-cut jewel with many facets.
Sam Luce asks himself several questions to make sure he isn't leading out of fear.
What do we do with snacktime in children's ministry when there are so many food allergies with kids?
What if we encouraged children to lead worship? Are we ready for this?
Kendra Fleming: "When you are leading…every story matters."
Dan Scott reminds us to make sure our ministries are multi-colored.
Kenny Conley reviews an article that discusses the children's dropout rate and adds his own thoughts to the issue.
As a Children’s Pastor, each week I witness kids who walk into the church hungry...hungry to learn, to be loved, encouraged, accepted and challenged.
Dale Hudson reviews 12 of history's greatest leaders and applies their greatest ideals to children's ministry.
Keith Tusing urges children's pastors to also invest their skills elsewhere in their church or in their community.
J. C. Thompson offers some "musts" for questions to ask to all your 10-12-year-old students.