Category Archives: Being Vulnerable with children

Child Discipleship: Children Developing A Relationship With The Triune God

Since writing the introduction to this topic (click here if you haven’t read Part 1  Emphasis of Your Children’s Ministry )the Lord has taken me on the most difficult and pain filled walk of my life. The anguish of this … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: Come Grow A Child In The Love Of Jesus

Are the children in your children’s ministry excited about being there on Sunday morning? It was Sunday morning between services, I walked down the hall and heard a child screaming so I quickened my pace, a mom was saying to … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: Walking With God Through A Difficult Year

One year ago this month I was diagnosed with cancer – I was terrified. Little did I know how my cancer would be the least traumatic portion of the walk God had in store for me through 2013. In the … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: Kids Need Vulnerable Adults

Faithful adults teach that God is faithful. Faithful adults teach coping skills for the hard knocks of life.  By being role models, they help children learn how to deal with the injustices in life. It was between services and I … Continue reading

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