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5 Steps to Teach Kids How to Be Bold in Faith

As Kidmin pastors and leaders, we know the facts about the capabilities of kids to achieve and to be bold in their faith. BUT too often we don’t believe it or demonstrate that our students can do all things through Christ who gives them strength (Philippians 4:13). This article offers five steps you can use to teach kids how to bold in their faith.

I Learned I Am Not Alone

As a children’s ministry student at the University of Valley Forge, I have been ultimately blessed to have had the opportunity to attend the national AG Kidmin 17 Conference this past April. During the three days of the conference, I not only learned so many wonderful things about ways to minister to children, but I also learned a lot about myself.

Teaching Methods and Water Baptism

Water baptism is an ordinance of the church, along with communion. It is also talked about in Scripture as something that Christians should do as an act of faith. But how do you teach kids about water baptism and its importance? Read a few great ideas on how to teach abstract concepts on this subject to kids.

Strong Enough to Last Book Review

David Boyd was once a bus kid in crisis, but the call of God and David’s obedience to follow allowed him to not only be a thriving children’s pastor for 17 years, but also serve as the national director for BGMC for the past 18 years. His life passion to disciple kids is clear and consistent as he shares in his book "Strong Enough to Last: Building Spiritual Depth into Our Kids."

8 Goals for AG Kidmin

Many churches are becoming more strategic by having leaders of all age groups develop transitional benchmarks and goals together. This is a healthy approach to creating lifelong followers of Christ. In other churches, leaders see the need for goals but don’t know where to begin. Regardless of where your church lands on the process of creating goals or outcomes, the list included in this article may help shape perspectives for some and give a starting point for others.

Time for MEGA Sports Camp

Are you wanting to do something different with your church this summer to reach your community? Vacation Bible school may be your immediate thought, but with that you may be wanting to try something your church has never done and the community has never seen. That something can be MEGA Sports Camp!