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The first you feel when you lay awake at night thinking of all the things your church could be doing, if only you had more time…
The second you feel when it’s 9:00 p.m. on a Saturday and you’re just beginning to write Sunday’s sermon, because meetings gobbled up your week. [Read more…]
Don’t be a Moses.
“Don’t be a Moses?” you think. “But Moses was an incredible leader!”
Yeah, an incredible leader who almost burned out.
Until Jethro stepped in. [Read more…]
Providing separate ministries for children, teens, and young adults is how churches lean into knowledge of childhood development and adolescence. It’s how the body of Christ walks beside parents to teach kids to embrace and live out the gospel. It’s about meeting kids on their level, and sharing the gospel in a way that makes sense to them.
But that doesn’t mean there won’t be children’s ministry challenges.
In Relational Children’s Ministry: Turning Kid-Influencers Into Disciple Makers, Awana’s Dan Lovaglia highlights some of the key issues with children’s ministry today.