Revival Fire For Kids is a young ministry, only two years old, that started out of a burden the Lord placed on my heart to minister to children’s pastors and help them lead their students into the presence of God. But I’m not new to children’s ministry. I was a children’s pastor for twenty years on staff at two churches. In 2007, I was honored with the NCLA (National Children’s Leaders Association) Shepherd’s Cup in appreciation for a lifetime of ministry to children. I’ve taught at national children’s conferences and have ministered to a multitude of children in churches, youth camps, parks, neighborhoods, and camp meetings. I’ve also had children’s church curriculum published and am a freelance writer for David C. Cook. More importantly, I know what it is like to be in the trenches at the front line of children’s ministry. God has given me a mission and calling to serve you, the children’s ministry pastor and leader.
I’ve been in a time of prayer recently and have felt the leading of the Holy Spirit to set certain goals for 2010. I’m sharing these goals with you and asking you to support this ministry with your prayers.
Here are the goals for Revival Fire For Kids 2010:
Schedule more kid’s crusades and children’s ministry events.
Emphasis leading children into the presence of God.
Provide more resources in the Revival Fire For Kids Webstore.
Do more teacher training and on site children’s ministry consultations.
Plan an inner city missions trip to the Cleveland/Akron/Canton, Ohio area for Children’s pastors to bring their students to do missions ministry. Our first missions trip will be in the summer of 2011. Look for more details as the year progresses.
Develop and provide a SWAT (Spiritual Warfare Advanced Training) Ministry Packet to help children’s pastor train their students to do ministry.
Announce on January 15th information for the Ignite Mentoring Program for children’s pastors at a price even small churches can afford.