Equip. Teach. Form. Resources for Disciples of All Ages.
Last September I started a several-years-overdue sabbatical. Along with reading and prayer, I also enjoyed visiting other places of worship to see how people of faith worship God in different settings. Some of these church visits have been family-friendly, but others not as much. So it was that on the days when I visited a church that might not be a good fit for them, my children suggested that we do ‘family church’ or ‘home church’ instead.
“Even young people who said their parents had first ‘forced’ them to acolyte expressed a newfound connection to worship and an enthusiasm for being at
Will your church be using Meeting Jesus in the Gospel of John for Lent? Meeting Jesus is a six week program for small groups, teenaged and older. But what about younger children? Three ideas including a Godly Play series.
A parenting group at church flourishes with some support from church leadership and answering basic questions in its early stages.