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Building a disciple is a process that requires a vision and a solid plan. I first set my vision by defining what I wanted a first-grade child to be when they turned 21. What values should they have grasped? What impact do we want them to make in our church, community, and world? That vision became my goal.
Trends and fads in discipleship come and go. However, securing faith in the hearts of the next generation must be built on a foundation that will withstand the tidal wave of culture.
Volunteers. We truly can’t lead as effectively without them. All of us who are in ministry are familiar with giving high-fives (or for the germ-conscientious, perhaps a fist bump). This article provides five easy and necessary actions to implement with our volunteer leaders.
The Bible contains the greatest story ever told, but we often fail to teach kids just how amazing it is. This article points out three key ideas you can use to tell the story of God in a big way. 1.) Put it in perspective. 2.) Go back to the future. 3.) Urge the urgency of today.
My favorite element of Tru Fire is that it sets kids up with the tools they need to take hold of their faith. Lots of curricula are more interested in raising up good kids, but Tru Fire looks to train a generation of godly kids. Tru Fire helps kids interact with God’s Word, and it teaches kids to go to God with their burdens and to work things out in prayer.