Brief Synopsis: Even though I am officially and unequivocally tone deaf, I feel like music is an integral part of how we worship God, and therefore important to children’s ministry as well. As I wrote in this article:
Singing to God and worshipping him in song is prescribed by the Bible. There is no age limit on this commandment, and part of our job as children’s ministers is to make sure that we are equipping kids to progress in their spiritual journey in all areas – including worshipping through song.
I share additional thoughts on the topic in this article.Read More
Here is another article I published over on Ministry-to-Children.com. The article titled How Do You Build Momentum in Your Children’s Ministry? was published on July 9, 2010.
Brief Synopsis: Sometimes we can’t accomplish our goal with one attempt. Building on an article from Gina McClain, I examine the importance of momentum in your children’s ministry.Read More
Brief Synopsis: In this article, I share ten online tools which I use that are helpful in children’s ministry.Read More
Brief Synopsis: Cullen has put together on online preschool for parents of homeschoolers and those who want to supplement another preschool experience for their kids. In this article, I review that product.Read More
Brief Synopsis: I love the Bible. I really do. I love what it teaches me about my Lord and Savior, and appreciate that God was graceful enough to share it with us. In this article I offer 10 ways that you can help to get your kids excited about the Bible.Read More
Brief Synopsis: Based on a sermon preached by my pastor, this article looks at 10 tips for parenting biblically based on a verse which may not always be associated with fatherhood. I think this verse has great potential to impact fathers and how they raise their kids.Read More