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For many single moms, Mother’s Day is the worst of any holiday, even worse than Valentine’s or Christmas.
Some churches have come to recognize that tension exists and have begun to seek ways to engage the families and keep them connected to the faith community even when they are not in the church building.
True strategies that keep us sane before, during and after the madness—I mean planning.
Consider these often overlooked sides of summer and see how each one presents you with a rare opportunity to engage your community, serve your families and perhaps, as a by-product, boost your summer attendance.
This VBS curriculum is written for a four night (or day) VBS with rotations the first three nights, and the last night written as a family night to include the parents. Each night builds on the previous night's theme.
What's the right thing for a church to do when it seems the world is constantly changing?
It is a great thing when kids ask questions, especially questions about faith. First, it shows that they are thinking. Second, if they are asking YOU, that signifies a great level of trust. So, how do we not blow it?
Need greeters to make the most of your VBS experience? We transformed ours into High Five Guys.
Mother’s Day, in some ways, is a hard day.
Any creative endeavor needs a process, a method by which the creator can capture abstract ideas and push them toward a tangible product and ultimately to someone (or hopefully more than a someone) to experience.
Our society has such a misconception of Heaven and Hell that children might get confused. We must teach the truth—and all of it.
When you want to have fun—just for fun—with kids, check out these 17 fun games! Each game is great for ministry times or just at home!
Whether you’re looking to create a craft with the kids in your Sunday School (or classroom) or searching for a great gift for your own mother, here are some crafty ideas and some store bought ideas to get you headed in the right direction!
“Is the Jesus I talk about safely boxed and neatly placed on the shelf of history, or is He out of the box—close and accessible to the children I teach?”
Sharing a few strategies for making church a welcoming place for families affected by autism.
"Let’s be imitators of our King."
Check out some of the best VBS ideas from different KidMin leaders.
The gender blur continues to accelerate. The latest attempt to blur the line between male and female is a new buzzword among Millennial parents. What...
Unfortunately children’s ministry and lice are almost inseparable.