Bev Robertson

Bev Robertson

Mustang, OK / The Bridge

Bev has been Children’s Pastor at The Bridge Assembly of God in Mustang, Oklahoma for the past 15 years. She has been involved in children’s ministry for over 40 years, since the age of 14. Her focus in ministry includes discipleship, team building, missions, and helping children develop and grow in their faith.

Bev has been married to Steve Robertson for 35 years. They have three grown children: two daughters and a son. As of last month, their children are all married. Steve and Bev have just become grandparents of a beautiful baby boy this year.

Bev’s hobbies are scrapbooking, gardening, and Major League baseball!

6 Ways to Serve Your Public Schools

The hours kids spend in school are 40 times more than the hours they spend in church during each school year. Seventy-five percent of the kids in your town or community will never benefit from what you do inside your church, because they don’t attend your church. To effectively impact the children of your community and their schools, you must go to them. This article offers six tips that will make an impact in your local elementary school.

Steps to Consider When Planning a Children’s Ministry Budget

In the world of children’s ministries, there are milestones each year—summer camp, back to school bash, fall festival, Christmas programs and parties. Hopefully, those events are “in the books” and you are looking forward to the great things God has for your kids’ ministries in the days to come.

5 Steps to Help Preschoolers During Holidays

The holidays are a special time for families to celebrate traditions, to share the reason for the season, and to create new memories. Christmastime can be simply magical, but have you ever wondered what Christmas means to a preschool child? Young preschoolers may not completely grasp the meaning of the symbols, the beliefs, and the activities that surround the holiday season. This article provides five easy steps to help ensure this Christmas is one to remember for the little ones.

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