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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.
I had this thought the other day about knowing the value of different “ships.” Each ship has a different purpose, and if, as the captain, you are on one ship but think you are on another, you could be in for a disaster. Consider the following light-hearted thoughts about the influence and position you hold.
Mentoring is less about information and more about relationship. Whether you are approaching this subject as a children’s pastor wanting to mentor your students or as a ministry leader wanting to mentor the leadership potential in your volunteers and future leaders, this article offers you six mentoring principles that can help you mentor the next generation effectively.
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.
Embracing God’s grace is one of the most fundamental aspects of our journey to follow Him. However, it can also be one of the most difficult. It’s easy to fall back into the trap of thinking we have to earn our way into God’s love, or work towards pleasing Him rather than living our lives in a way that resonates the truth that He loves us no matter what.