I am yet to come across anyone in Children's ministry who has been given a crazier award than me. You know there are the normal awards, "Most committed" "Most Creative" And the list goes on and on. I got those kind of awards but what I want to show you are THE craziest awards I… Continue reading The Craziest Children’s Ministry Awards!
Photo by Castorly Stock on Pexels.com As I look back at all the object lessons I have taught in Children's Ministry, there is one that stands out. The great thing about serving in Children's Ministry is that when you make a mistake, the kids most of the time are oblivious to the mistake. And that's… Continue reading The Worst Object Lesson!
Photo by Julia M Cameron on Pexels.com That's what I did a week ago. I had been putting it off for quite a while. I had the program and plan but wasn't too sure if the plan would work but to my surprise it did work! I had a rough start but once I got… Continue reading How To Create A Virtual Kids Camp.
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com Serving in Children’s ministry was the farthest thing on my mind. In fact, speaking in public was something I actively avoided. You see, I stuttered badly. I had grown up with a stutter and even after giving my life to Christ, when I was a teen I struggled with self-esteem… Continue reading My Story
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com If you are looking for a game to play at home with your kids try the egg-obstacle race. It's easy to set up. All you need is a yard, eggs, tablespoons and a few obstacles and you are ready to go. This game can be played at a Sunday School… Continue reading Egg-Obstacle Race
Welcome to the first post of my new blog.! And as I was thinking what the first post should be I decided it should be a lesson I did recently. I am an online educator and a few weeks ago I taught the kids on how to encounter God. But as I was preparing the… Continue reading “Encounter God”