Posts Tagged "Children’s Ministry"

The Importance of Momentum in Your Children’s Ministry

Momentum Here is another article I published over on 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.

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500 And Still Counting!

image Well, today is officially my 500th post on Dad in the Middle, and it seemed like an appropriate time to take a stroll down memory lane, and what better way to do that than by hosting the official Dad in the Middle Awards show.  Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome our not-so-esteemed host….Me.  So, let’s get started by category:

1. The award for Oldest post on Dad in the Middle goes to What Does God Hate?

You heard right.  My very first post was about hate.  Even more it was about things God hates – not a very popular topic in our “God is Love” culture.  Originally published on Facebook on 7/28/2008, this post was inspired Proverbs 6:16-19.

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Shout Out Loud

This fast paced song is sure to get the kids in your ministry up and moving and praising our creator and savior.

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I Think I Am Going to Throw Up

With a catchy title and a catchy tune, this one is sure to be popular with kids. When else do you get to sing “I think I’m going to throw up” and “I think I’m gonna hurl” at church?

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What Are Kids Praying About?

Recently the children at Granger Community Church were asked to write out a prayer to God. This video shows what they were thinking, feeling and wishing. It also dispels the notion that kids cannot really understand the deeper things of life.

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