This is the highest calling of a children’s pastor, not to teach children about God, but to introduce children to God and help them develop their relationship with Him.Pastor Tamera Kraft, Revival Fire For Kids
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I took a Bible class a while ago where I was assigned to write an Epistle to the Church. An Epistle is a letter from an Apostle. I felt so strongly about what I wrote that I wanted to share it. It truly is from my heart and I believe from the heart of God. … Continue reading My Letter to the Church
The Holy Spirit moves as He will during children’s ministry, but we have the ability to create an atmosphere where the Holy Spirit will change the lives of our students. Here are 5 ways to create an atmosphere to allow God to move. Be prepared. Get set up early. Don’t be distracted by trying to … Continue reading 5 Ways to Create an Atmosphere for God to Move in Children’s Church
Teaching the Bible systematically to children is important. I go so far to say it’s essential to have children grow up knowing the Word of God, but it’s not enough. Children need to have a heart knowledge of God even more than they need head knowledge. Children need to internalize the truths they learn and … Continue reading 5 Ways to Lead Children into a Heart Knowledge of God