Growing in the likeness of Christ is a community project.
More and more churches are realizing the need for every child growing up in their ministries to have a mentor.
Kids who do this with their parents experience less stress and have a better relationship with them.
We can boil down the morality and ethics of Western society into this one cliché.
Take a deep breath, and lighten up because we’re talking about sex, and it’s going to be OK.
54 percent think The Hunger Games is or might be a biblical story—uh oh.
When children walk into your ministry area, you should be the most exciting, most encouraging, most “want-to-be-around” person they encounter!
We should be trying to out-do each other with love and help and servanthood instead of keeping score to see if enough is being done for us.
The lack of classroom management causes more frustration in volunteers than just about anything.
Is there is a place for “Christian toughness”?
Effective ministry to children is critical to a healthy church.
Don't look down on the youth in your church.
This one idea—that God is throwing a party for everyone—could potentially change how we see the world around us.
Why I cannot pray for this and pray that God spare them from all earthly pain.
Moving to a Storyteller Mindset in kidmin can revolutionize the way kids experience your ministry.
Why are we doing the same things over and over and over again when we teach kids in the church?
This is not trying to cram God down your throat but loving your kiddos enough to challenge you to invest in them spiritually.
Within a more “traditional” Children’s Ministry, there are many ways to do Family Ministry without calling it “Family Ministry.”
It’s critical that you understand leadership and that you grow in your leadership skills.
I’m also always on the hunt for inexpensive—or free!—ideas to keep those boys entertained…and away from their devices.