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Webinar August 16, 2017 If you are a youth minister, you know the important challenge of keeping in touch with your youth. From announcements, to meeting times, to checking in for prayer – youth ministers need a way to reach the teens they serve. This webinar describes overall strategies […]
For church teachers and volunteers, understanding children’s development helps teaching and programming. Each age level has unique traits, gifts, and challenges.
From announcements, to meeting times, to checking in for prayer – youth ministers need a way to reach the teens they serve.
Sam Thomas ministers to an RV park, serves as police chaplain, and writes weekly newspaper columns. He knows the community; more importantly, they know him.
Teacher training – structure and tools for your volunteers – will set the stage for their care and nurture of the children and all people in your church. Together, your ministry will bear fruit for years to come.
One church revisions VBS into community outings where parents can meet one another and bring crafts and faith formation home.
Peace building takes work! Children’s books, congregational resources, and even a podcast on ways large and small to build peace in everyday life.
This new book asks key questions about how the church views Baptism, and how churches can prepare parents and deepen faith.
Summer is high season for visiting. Guests are looking to see if your church will be a good fit; greeters are the first people they meet!
What matters most is that your prayer is authentic, spoken from the hopes and fears of your heart. God knows you and delights in your voice.
In Epiphany, fifth graders’ car blessings encouraging people to ‘follow the light’ were placed on windshields during those cloudy, dark winter days.
Rhythms of Grace is relatively simple, affordable, and adaptive and can be effectively used to bring the Gospel to people not currently being served. Designed for those on the Autism spectrum, it is also very welcoming to individuals with other diagnoses like Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, ADHD, Down Syndrome, and neuro-typical children with ordinary wiggly squigglies, as well as youth and adults.
Research shows there is something deeply significant and deeply theological happening at Christian camps across the country. Long-term impact
If you have enjoyed our recent Building Faith webinars, then you will love the webinars provided by Practical Resources for Churches. Free to access!
Relationships continue to be at the heart of fruitful ministry, especially with teenagers. Here are practical ideas for reaching out to youth.
Christians around the world celebrate Pentecost, the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on Jesus’ disciples. Ideas for joyful celebrations in church or at home!
Join us for a free webinar. Our expert panelists will discuss big picture thinking and practical ideas for teach Holy Communion with all ages.
There is no magic formula to engaging families, but these tips and resources will help you start small, consider your context, and move forward.