Revival is spreading throughout the nation among children. That’s what this ministry is all about, to help children’s leaders and pastors bring their students into revival. We are still booking children’s revivals, teacher training, and children’s ministry consultations this year.
For more information about booking Revival Fire for Kids, click the tab you’re interested in from the menu about or email me at revivalfire4kids [at] att [dot] net.
Here are a few pictures of our last children’s revival this past week.
Revival Fire for Kids wishes you and your family a very Merry Christmas!
For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Isaiah 9:6
Many Christians are praying for revival, but they relegate children to have a fun game night or have them watch a movie while the prayer meeting is going on. History has shown that whenever God moves in a powerful way, He always includes the children. Here’s a video from 4/14 Window Movement about the history of children in revival. This is a must watch for every children’s pastor.
You can download this video for free at this link.
Revival Fire for Kids Blog has been going strong for six and 1/2 years now. I have attempted to offer information that would equip children’s pastors and leaders at least 3 times a week unless I was traveling. I can’t keep up this regular pace because I am currently working on year 1 of Revival Fire 4 Kids Curriculum. So unless there is something important I need to share or a resource I want to showcase, I will cut my posts down to once a week, usually on Mondays. Thanks for your understanding and prayers as I embark on this new adventure to off resources that are helpful.
Plan What You Will Do this Year
Today’s challenge is to plan what you will do this year. At this point, don’t get into the details of what you need to do. This is a big picture assignment.
Step 1: Start by digging out your vision statement and mission statement. Read them through a few times.
Step 2: Write down where you need to focus your energies this year. Pray and ask God to show you the path you should take. Although you’ll want to do things that cover every area of your mission and vision statements, you may decide to focus on one thing. After prayer, you might decide to focus on reaching the lost or discipling the students you have. Or you might want to focus on missions or teaching the basics. Write that one focus on an index card and place it where you constantly see it.
Step 3: Get out your “Dream Big” list of goals. You might want to put some of them on hold until later, but there might be something on there that fits with your focus for this year. Write it on a piece of paper with your focus written on the top.
Step 4: Go through the programs and activities you already do. Do they have a purpose? Are they effective? Do they fit with your vision and mission statements? Get rid of all programs that have a no to any of these questions. Write the programs that are left on your “focus” paper.
Step 5: What could you do to emphasize your focus this year? For instance, if your focus is evangelism, you might want to teach more about salvation and witnessing. You also might want to have an outreach this year. Write those things down.
Step 6: Now you have a list of activities and programs with an intentional purpose for this year.
30 Day Life Challenge Day 23