Whether you are a mom teaching Bible around the kitchen table, or a Sunday School Teacher, or a missionary in the field, teaching kids about the Bible is a daunting task! Read on for some practical Children’s Ministry Tips!
If I count up all the years I have worked in some aspect of children’s ministry, then I have a total of 27 years of experience. And it doesn’t look like I’m leaving the field any time soon because God has not called me to do anything else. I love how God equips those whom he calls into ministry. That is one reason why I do this blog, to help equip those who need it.
In this Children’s Ministry Series, I have invited some teachers of children to share their teaching tips, tricks, and helps with you. I hope you find these articles practical and easy to implement.
The topics are:
- Communicating with Your Volunteer Team
- Raising God’s Children
- Keeping Kids Engaged
- Making Your Bible Lesson Relevant
- Purposeful Routines
- An Open Letter to Sunday School Teachers About Teaching Kids with Special Needs
- Special Needs Ministry
- Special Needs and Kid Min
I hope you gain some ideas that you can implement into your Bible teaching. Be sure to subscribe if you want to get awesome biblical resources in your email box weekly!
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Anne Marie is a Bible Teacher and Bible curriculum writer with more than 25 years of experience. She has created Bible lessons and taught children about Jesus at churches, camps, Christian Schools, and conferences. She is the owner of FutureFlyingSaucers Resources where she helps busy parents and church leaders teach fun, flexible, multi-age, budget-friendly bible object lessons that enhance the spiritual growth of children. She lives with her husband and three children in South Carolina.