Has Kidmin Become Monocultural?

Has Kidmin Become Monocultural?

I’ve been reading, praying, and processing through the events our nation witnessed last week, considering their impact on children’s and family ministry. In many ways, I’ve been hoping other wiser, experienced kidmin leaders would lend their voice to these issues. In...
International Children’s Bible Review

International Children’s Bible Review

As children’s ministry leaders we all face the question: “What Bible would you recommend for my child?” My answer typically depends on the child’s age and how long the families have been attending church but I typically land on one of two...
Review: “What Great Teachers Do Differently”

Review: “What Great Teachers Do Differently”

Fans blow as the kids enter the classroom. A candle is aflame on the center of the table, which is adorned with a red table cloth. The seating chart has been designed based on the personalities of the group. Each chair faces a Bible, pencil and a language scramble as...
4 Notebooks to Help You Stay Organized in 2016

4 Notebooks to Help You Stay Organized in 2016

I am always on the lookout for tools to help me stay in tip-top shape organizationally. I’ve already posted this month about the digital tools I am excited about in 2016, now allow me to share the analog tools I recommend to help you keep it together in 2016. Word...
Game Night

Game Night

As ministers to children, we’re in the Word (or should be) a bunch. But I’m sure you’ve heard the warnings about making sure that you’re in the Word for yourself – not just about what you’re teaching…it’s easy not to be...