Remembering names can be tough, but it is SO IMPORTANT when you’re both working with and ministering to people especially children. When you remember a child’s name it communicates that they are known. You can’t fake “knowing” someone. Either you do, or you don’t. When you remember someone’s name it tells them that they are known, valued, and important.
What would such a plan look like?
Sally Lloyd-Jones on Parenting Children Into the Christian Worldview Story “If a story captures our children, then nothing else competes.” Stories from books seem to capture a sense of wonder, adventure, a “secret world escaped into.” Video games seem to make children worse and addictive. “PlayStation puts kids’ life on hold, while a book seems […]
“The world no longer cares how much our students know. Knowledge is a commodity. What the world cares about is what the kids will do with what they know.” Critical thinking and problem solving. Begins with the ability to ask really good questions… the right questions. The world is more interested in problem formulation, than […]
Tips for Communicating to Kids | An Interview with Sam Luce
Start light and then go deeper, Get to know the kids, Set some rules, Be intentional, and Let the kids talk
3 Keys to Teaching Kids How to Use the Bible 1 | Make the Bible irresistible to kids Discover kids’ interests and what excites them Use kids’ life experiences Think like a boy Bring on the girls Be a model 2 | Help kids get excited about studying their Bible Hold your Bible Teach them […]
Some tips on how to engage students in worship and how volunteers can assist in helping students participate.
The Internet can be a great tool for your family. Our kids have access to resources that are unprecedented. There’s a dangerous side to the Internet and we need to be wise about how we use it. We need to protect our kids.
This is a video that was created to share with early childhood volunteers. It’s a walk-thru on what to expect when a volunteer serves.