Children’s Ministry Think Tank

Wayne —  May 12, 2009 — 2 Comments

I posted the Blog Patrol early this morning , and this blog post didn’t make the cut (though I do plan to include it next week).  So, I wanted to make anyone involved in Children’s Ministry aware of a continuing blog series from Ministry-to-Children.com called “Children’s Ministry Think Tank.”  For each question, several guests from the world of Children’s Ministry are invited to weigh in on a topic of interest in Children’s Ministry.  The plan is to do approximately 2 posts per month.

The topic for the most recent discussion is the baptism of children. The question posed is:

“What is your church’s policy about baptizing kids? Is there any age absolutely too young? If you had to pick a “typical” or “ideal” age what would you say? What happens when a kid comes back for re-baptism as a teen?”

Weighing in on the topic this week are:

The inaugural issue of “Children’s Ministry Think Tank” posed the following scenario:

“Jon is an 8 year old boy with little church background. He’s been coming to your children’s programs for several weeks. One day he sticks around and seems like he wants to talk. He says, “I don’t want to go to hell, how can I be saved?” How would you respond?”

Contributors to that discussion were:

I think this is an invaluable resource for people working in Children’s Ministry and thank the good people at Ministry-to-Children.com for putting it together.  I’m looking forward to furture installments as well!

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