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As adults, there’s a lot we can learn from how bold and zealous kids can be when it comes to telling others about Jesus. As kids’ ministry leaders, we should do everything we can to intentionally harness that energy into helping them learn how to effectively share the gospel with their family and friends.
I have led vacation Bible school (VBS) almost every year of my ministry and had participated in VBS for as long as I can remember. When I first heard about MEGA Sports Camp (MSC), I was resistant, because I was very happy with the curriculum I was using. I had systems and procedures in place to put on a large VBS without having to reinvent the wheel every year. The following are the top five things I learned from my first MEGA Sports Camp experience:
"Foundations for Children's Evangelism" is split into two parts. The first portion is a wealth of research and writings and the second portion is full of practical ideas, programs, and applications. Author Dick Gruber includes several invaluable appendices that leaders can use to lead a child to Christ and to the baptism of the Holy Spirit, among other resources.
God invites us to do BIG things. He calls us to “God things”—things we could never accomplish without Him. Faith is great, but faith without real-life service is motionless, fruitless, and lifeless. If we are to fan the faith-flame in the lives of children and leaders—the kind of faith that answers the “so what?” question—we must engage kids and leaders in face-to-face acts of compassion.
Junior Bible Quiz is naturally inquisitive to kids. And we all know JBQ is possibly one of the most successful and best ways to disciple children in God's Word. But have you ever thought about it as an outreach tool? This article offers a few points on ways you can use JBQ to reach children in your community.