Posts filed under "Sharing the Gospel with Kids"
On June 2nd all Kindergarten through 11th grade students are promoted to their next grade level. We also welcome our new Kindergarten class to Legacy Lodge Children’s Church and Elementary Small Groups. What an exciting day at the Creek this will be for all the kids!
Hey Parents! April is Small Group Emphasis Month here at the Creek. Small Groups are the best way to plug into life at the Creek and build lasting relationships. As we celebrate this month, I wanted to share with you all my heart on the importance of the Elementary Small Groups.
I wanted to share with you all an excellent article from Lifeway's website regarding how to answer questions your kids might have about Easter.
Hey parents! This month is Missions Month in Creek Kids Awana Sparks and T&T. We are excited about focusing on how kids can be a part of the great commission here in our community and around the world.
2012 was another blessed year in Creek Kids Elmentary Ministry. Here's looking forward to an even better year in 2013!
Merry Christmas! I pray you all have a blessed and joyous Christmas celebrating the birth of our Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ. This morning I came across a very interesting and timely article from Lifeway's website entitled "Giving Christmas Back To Jesus" and wanted to share it with you all.
The Bible tells us "Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord" (Psalm 127:3).
Hey parents! I have been taken aback by how many of the Creek Kids were not only aware of the recent elections, but had strong opinions about it. This is a golden teaching opportunity for us as parents.
Hey parents! I'm asked frequently each year how Christian parents and kids should respond to Halloween. I'm excited this year to encourage you all to gladly receive the kids that come to your doors and bless them with candy and kids Gospel tracts.
Hey parents! I'm often asked about good devotional books for kids, so it gives me great pleasure to recommend to you all two very good devotional books for kids.
I wanted to share with you all an article from DiscipleBlog.com based on a sermon by John Piper that details 5 possible hindrances to kids coming to faith in Christ.
"Faster, higher, stronger." That is the Olympic motto. Like many of you, I am enjoying watching the Olympics with my kids. We look forward to seeing the variety of sporting events and the many countries represented. No matter the sport, all of these athletes are striving for the same goal: Olympic gold. This got me to thinking about the goals we may strive for as Christian parents.
Here is a fantastic excerpt from "The Resolution For Men" by Alex Kendrick, Stephen Kendrick, & Randy Alcorn posted on Lifeway's website. I encourage all men to read this as we approach Father's Day.
Promotion Sunday is just around the corner on 6/3, and that means we will be welcoming a new kindergarten class to Legacy Lodge Children's Church. Our team is excited and ready!
Parents, please check out this fantastic post of an article by John Piper from Discipleland's DiscipleBlog.com. You will be blessed!
“Character is like a tree and reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing.” -Abraham Lincoln
Hey parents! Please check out this great article from Lifeway's website on teaching our kids about Easter. You will be blessed!
It' "March Madness" time! The brackets are being filled out and people are getting ready to cheer on their favorite college team. While this is a time of great excitement, it can also be a time where we let our emotions and fan loyalties lead us to act in a sinful manner. This is something I refer to as "March Badness."
Do you love your children? Of course you do! A better question might be “Do your children know that you love them?” As Christian parents, we must love our children and let them know it.
Hey parents! I wanted to share with you a fantastic article about discerning salvation through faith in Jesus Christ of our children.
One of my favorite things to do in ministry is to get questions from kids. Most of their questions are about God, the Bible, and creation. I frequently find myself saying "That's a really good question" after most of their questions!
Like many of you, I've been following along with the amazing season and playoffs of the Denver Broncos and quarterback Tim Tebow. I was blessed to have several conversations with kids this past Sunday at church about him. These conversations prompted me to share some thoughts with you all that may be helpful to you as you talk to your kids.
Happy New Year! Have you made any new year's resolutions? I've got one that I am asking all who read this blog to consider: Deuteronomy 6:4-7.
Just like the song at the beginning of “A Charlie Brown Christmas” says: “Christmas time is here…” It may be the most special time of the entire year. Let’s look a little closer into Charlie Brown’s world to see just what is truly special to us at Christmas.
I must confess that I get a kick out of those cheesy TV commercials for strange and sometimes unnecessary products during the Christmas season.
Here is a thought provoking Christmas article from Pastor Mark Driscoll that I wanted to share with you all.
As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, I wanted to share the following Scripture of encouragement with you all: "Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb is a reward." (Psalm 127:3)
Our family loves Winnie-The-Pooh. The whimsical and wistful childlike world of Pooh and his friends is such a joy to behold. So naturally we had to watch the latest Winnie-The-Pooh movie again when it came out on DVD (yes, we all went to see it in the theatre). It is a delightful movie full of humor and fun. It also has a very good message that illustrates a famous Bible passage.
Each year many parents, especially those with small children, face the dilemma of what to do with Halloween. Many Christians wrestle with celebrating this holiday because of its presumed connections with the occult. However, since it's such a popular holiday in our culture, there is also great pressure to conform. In order to decide the best way to respond to Halloween, it's important to examine the facts alongside some biblical principles.
Kids come up with all sorts of ways to complete the statement "When I grow up, I want to be..." When I recently asked this question during Awana Sparks Council Time we heard from several future policemen, a future dancer, an aspiring veterinarian, and many others.