Lynne Howard, children’s pastor at Eastgate Church in Cummings, GA, shares about a retreat for preteens she recently hosted: Preteens are at a crossroads of growing up and growing in the Lord, with the world pushing in on them from all sides- temptation at every turn and seeping in through the cracks through peer pressure, […]
About a month ago, myself and another pastor (@ Hayward Wesleyan) hosted a conversation with parents about technology. Because we did the conversation during the same hour as our children’s ministry (Main Street), I wasn’t present with them that morning. So my coordinator and the other teachers conspired along with the students to pepper the […]
Why does a connect-the-dots activity, made into a contest, where a prize is involved equal disaster? I’ll tell you… I wanted to do a game with the Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade students when we were doing the story on the Temple being built by King Solomon. My children’s coordinator found an elaborate connect-the-dots sheet […]
From Rev. Jason Blaikie, WKFM Coordinator: On one phone call I was talking to a lady that was very concerned. In our fundraising challenge we had asked kids to raise 10 dollars a week for three months for our Albania Project. That would be 120 dollars over the three months. She told me she a […]
My husband and I had the opportunity a few weeks ago to drive a boy home from school. It was 8pm on a school night and he was getting ready to walk several miles home. His house was on our way and so we offered a ride. A ten-minute ride where we chatted about his […]
Soul Survivor on Danger Island was the theme for this year’s Kids Camp in the Chesapeake District. Kids were challenged to face their biggest fears, disappointments, stresses, and anxieties to become more than conquerors (Romans 8:37) in a dangerous world. Pastor Jim Clements’ teaching was relevant and inspiring. His daily tribe challenges were messy and […]
Kings Valley Wesleyan in Quispamsis, NB, Canada experienced High Seas Expedition and had a blast! We had 250 kids, 85 volunteers and over 30 decisions for the Lord! What great memories as we connected with 95 new families in the community.
On Saturday, April 24, in four short hours more than 800 people saw the love of Christ in action. Vintage Church, a year old church plant in the NC East District, held their second annual Kidz Carnival. K-LOVE, a fast growing area Christian station, helped spread the word about the event, then provided music throughout […]