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Tru Fire Inspires Creative Ways To Do Altar Calls

Creating response opportunities for kids that allow them to use their creativity or that reinforce key moments of your Scripture application or sermon can foster moments in the kids' service that are powerful and that bring about impactful moments of worship. This article provides a list of three response stations that were either taken or inspired by the "Worship Response" of that week's Tru Fire lesson. Hopefully this list can help you think through new ways to do altar calls.


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.


Mary Chose Better

Is it always that easy to find leaders? No. But is it always that easy to stop and ask the Holy Spirit, the Father in Heaven, and Jesus to step in and lead us? Yes. Jesus said Mary is doing the right thing. Spending time with Jesus. Doing a few less things. Planning a few less activities. Putting Jesus first. Walking in His way. Following His Leading. And letting Him build His Church.


Leading an Invitation

Remember when giving an invitation that, whether two or twenty children respond, it is God bringing them down, not you. You cannot save anybody. Salvation is a work of the Holy Spirit. Be faithful in presenting the gospel, then let children come as the Spirit draws them in.


Top 10 Prayer Station Ideas

Each week as I wrap up my message, I do my best to close with some kind of worship or prayer response. We must never lose sight of the power of prayer, and as children’s pastors we must be diligent in providing our kids opportunities to pray.