It occurred to me that the title of this series might seem strange to some. Seems like it would make more sense to call it FAMILY discipleship or PARENT discipleship? My initial inclination was to call it something like that. But, then I remember something that I learned from a good friend and fellow children’s
I just read a great post by my kidmin Friend Lynda Freeman. You can read her post HERE. She asked the question, “What Do You Do With Potential ‘Controversies’ in Christmas.” I encourage you to read her great post. Here is my reply. As I read Lynda’s post my first thought was that this is
I always end children’s church with a response time. This past Sunday I ran late and had to dismiss the kids before we did the response time. So, I told them if they needed to talk to me that they could hang out afterwards. I had a couple kids take me up on that offer.
It’s that time of year again. Go into just about any department store and you will see Christmas stuff. Some lament that it is too early for Christmas stuff, but I LOVE it. I LOVE Christmas. It’s my favorite time of year. I never get sick of Christmas music or Christmas lights. Heck, I have
I LOVE ministering to children. I love everything about it, even getting slime poured on my head. Most of all I love the potential impact I can have on these young lives, BUT… I can’t do it alone. In fact on my own, no matter how good or how gifted I may or may not