Sometimes, bad news is all we seem to hear. If you find the worries overwhelming, try these three special things with your kids to help set hearts at peace and focus on Jesus.
While the ongoing pandemic is painful and unwelcome, there is good news. The Light shines in the darkness. It is breaking in and inviting us to look to the Source. How we can use COVID-19 as a teachable moment to encourage children to embrace a faith that relies on Jesus and leaves them immune to spiritual death!
“Church services may not look and sound the way they used to, but that’s okay. There’s so much grace. Bring the little children. Raise them up to worship Jesus.” Why we need to tell parents: it's okay to come back to church.
While there is no doubt restrictions are inconvenient, we can also see challenges as opportunities rather than obstacles. Kerry Provost of Awana Canada shares nine creative ideas to engage and disciple the kids in your life, even from a distance.
Do you react to current culture or do you intentionally create a good-news environment for the children in your life? Download this printable infographic highlighting four ideas to to help you and your kids grow in your relationship with Jesus.
Ministry during a global pandemic: what to keep in mind so we can approach a new season with confidence and hope.
Kids are going back to school in a drastically changed environment. Churches are making plans for fall when they don't know if they'll open. Read on for five important truths to consider when it comes to kicking fear to the curb, finding peace and moving forward with confidence.
When a pandemic knocks us off our feet, facing another ministry season may inspire more dread than delight. A few wise words offer some great advice for how to plan our next ministry steps when we don’t know what to do.
Children's ministry veteran Mark Mast shares about changing ministry realities, new online opportunities and how God is still at work in the midst of COVID-19.
When distance keeps you apart, a little creativity can go a long way toward building a lasting relationship with the kids in your life! Five fun ideas and a downloadable infographic!