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A JBQ Winning Attitude

Whether your quizzers are on the winning team, or the team that came up just a little short, it’s your job as a parent or coach to make sure they react the right way. Here are three keys to making sure your quizzers are prepared to handle the joy of victory and the agony of defeat.


Building Healthy Kids of Military Parents

Chet Egert is a retired military chaplain who brings great advice on how to help kids of military parents. This article lends direction to any child—particularly those going through great hardships.


3 Ways to JBQ Success

Three areas that require focused intensity for Junior Bible Quiz to be successful in the local church: JBQ practice must be fun. Parental involvement in JBQ is vital. JBQ needs long-term goals and plans, which are key to long-term success.


Teaching Kids How to Pray and Fast

Children pick up on concepts more easily than we often give them credit. So when it comes to teaching our children about prayer and fasting, it is equally important for us to share with them their importance in their faith. Here are six ways to teach kids about spiritual intercession.


How to Become an Internet Safety Resource

The kids you minister to are being called “digital natives” by psychologists. They will never know a world that isn’t ruled by screens, social media, and online content. The culture is quickly outgrowing parents, and their children are right in the middle of it. In order to successfully minister to the families in your church, you have to become an Internet safety resource for them. This article provides steps you can take to become a tech and media expert for the parents of the children in your kids’ ministry.


6 Steps for Spiritual Parenting

The task of Christian parents is to carefully unplug the network of invisible wires connecting them to parents and reconnect them to God. Teach children to become independently dependent on Jesus Christ. This article offers six steps to help parents connect their kids to Jesus.