Free Resources for Children's Ministry Leaders

Free Resources for Children's Ministry Leaders

Free resources for children's ministry leaders help children’s ministry leaders face daunting cultural and leadership challenges. More than ever, children’s pastors need leadership resources and children’s ministry resources to enable them to advance the gospel of Jesus in these challenging times for children and families. ChurchLeaders.com is dedicated to providing resources and information for every children’s pastor and children’s ministry leader. If you serve on a church staff as a children’s minister, children’s pastor, director of Christian education, preschool minister, family ministry leader, or any other pastoral role, you’ll find must-have children’s ministry resources and connections to a community of children’s ministry leaders for greater Kingdom impact worldwide. Children’s ministry leaders from every denomination find free resources for children's ministry leaders, inspiration, teaching tips, and support they are looking for here at ChurchLeaders.com. Join millions of children’s ministry leaders who look to us for resources and encouragement for children’s ministry leadership. Leading your children’s ministry and family ministry is not only about teaching and building relationships, but it is also about your relationship with Jesus. You will also find inspiration, encouragement, and help to keep your relationship with God strong and vibrant.

Free Printable: Titus Coloring Page

"Do not be unfruitful … devote yourself to good works … waiting for the blessed hope." - Titus 3:14

Free Video Download: “David and Goliath”

David was a brave young man who fought what seemed like an impossible giant.

Free Thanksgiving Resources for Children’s Ministry

"Give thanks as you enter the gates of his temple. Give praise as you enter its courtyards. Give thanks to him and praise his name (Psalm 100:4)."

Free eBook: “To You is the Song” Advent Devotional for Families

Help your families prepare the way for the King during this Advent season.

Free Kids’ Lesson Package: “Best Friends”

Kids will learn that friends are always faithful from David and Jonathan.

Free Printable: “What Is Trust?” Devotional for Kids

Children will learn that they can always trust the God who made them.

Free Kids’ Lesson Package: “Bad Guys of the Bible”

Teach your kids what the Bible tells us about how to stand against those who oppose God's way.

Free Printable: “Family Bible Verse Cards”

Having Scripture visibly posted throughout your house will help you remember the Word.

Free Creative Package: “Go Fish”

Encourage your kids to grow in evangelism.

Free Printable: “Proverbs Bible Reading Plan for Children”

Reading the Bible is such a great habit to build into kids.

Free Graphics Package: “Trunk or Treat”

Graphics for your church's Halloween community outreach.

Free Printable: “New Testament Bible Character Cards”

Why can’t we have Bible character cards for our kids to enjoy?

Free Kids’ Lesson Package: “Monsters”

"Kids will learn to trust God when they face scary things by studying David and Goliath, 1 Samuel 17."

Free Printable: 2 Timothy Coloring Page

"Share in suffering as a good soldier … compete according to the rules … work as the hard working farmer." - 2 Tim. 2:3

Free Kids’ Lesson Package: “Glow in the Dark”

When we learn more about Jesus, the Light of the World, the things that frighten us begin to look less scary.

Free Printable: 1 Timothy Coloring Page

"Pursue righteousness, godliness, faith, love, steadfastness, gentleness." - 1 Tim. 6:11

Free Video Package: “It’s a Trap”

Download this video package to help teach your kids about how to avoid temptation.
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