Category Archives: Kidmin

Doing, Knowing or Relationship – What Do You Emphasize?

How it thrills our hearts to see children reading their Bibles – especially when they are excited to read the Bible. What is our real desire for the children as they gain Biblical knowledge?   Recently two books have been … 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: Do You Have A Prayer Plan for Your Children’s Ministry?

Do you have a SMART Goal in regard to prayer for your ministry? Prayer is one more way to connect adults with children who wouldn’t normally serve in Children’s Ministry. My vision is for every adult in the Family of … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: What Do Children Need?

Go over this list for each of your children and ask how they are doing in each of these areas. You may give each a score, 1-10, in each area and then repeat in six months. In low areas what … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: Yes! It Is Worth It All

Sunday was one of those days I just didn’t want to have to go to church early – was everything prepared? Would someone not show up? Why am I doing this? Our first hour is Praise Place and we have … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: Tag Team – Jr High

This is the sixth post in a series on Discipling Children with a Tag Team approach. The Tag Team includes the child’s Primary Nurturers and The Body of Christ. Click to read the first post Tag Team – Philip Birth to 2 … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: Tag Team – Philip At 3, 4, and 5 Years of Age

  This is the third post in a series on Discipling Children with a Tag Team approach. The Tag Team includes the child’s Primary Nurturers and The Body of Christ. Click to read the first post Tag Team – Philip Birth … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: Tag Team – Philip Birth to 2 Years

In the next several posts I will walk you through how the Tag Team (Primary Nurturers and Body of Christ) can work together to raise up “Philip” to walk with God into eternity. We will go from birth through teens. … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: Kids Need An Internal Biblical Road Map

Take a few moments and imagine you are going to visit your best friend. Perhaps your friend lives a few blocks away or perhaps across the country or globe. As you imagine going to visit do you imagine the streets … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: Palm Sunday Curriculum

Palm Sunday – do you have plans? Resurrection Week is an opportunity to let the children experience the amazement of what Jesus did for them.  Click PalmSunday to download a complete lesson. Includes a Family Communion Gathering Rejoice greatly, O daughter … Continue reading

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