Monthly Archives: March 2011

Miss a Sunday . . .

In Kids Ministry we work LONG hours . . . putting our hearts into shaping, planning, and dreaming about environments that will equip parents and inspire kids. No matter how much we do in a given day, we still have … Continue reading

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Kids Ministry: From an Experience to a Movement

As Kids Pastors we put all we have into our Sunday Morning experiences. Amazing productions with worship and life-changing stories; incredible relationships being formed by kids and adults via small groups . . . I love it. But I’m always … Continue reading

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Parents: Being the MOST IMPORTANT SPIRITUAL LEADER is Simple

If you attend Grace Community Church and have kids in Cross Street, our K-5th ministry, then you’ve heard us say that we believe the PARENT to be the most important spiritual leader in their child’s life. In fact, many churches … Continue reading

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Nuturing Wonder in a Kid’s Life

This morning I was playing with my daughter in her room. I came across a little, pink, sparkly bouncy ball. Emma and I started rolling it back and forth, but soon her attention was elsewhere. There I was . . … Continue reading

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Kid Min Leaders: Healthy Accountability Partnership

It’s obvious to us when we think about Senior Pastors needing accountability partnerships, right? What about Youth Pastors? Sure. What about Kids Pastors and Kid Min Leaders? The truth is, accountability partnerships and Kids Ministry are not connected as tightly … Continue reading

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