Four Biblical Keys to a Successful Children's Ministry
Our passion is to reach every child with the Good News of Christ and disciple them so that they might become fully devoted followers of Christ and embrace their calling to serve and minister in the body of Christ today. We are committed…
- To the family by coming alongside them to help them fulfill their biblical calling
- To discipling children so that they may become disciple-makers themselves
- To moving children from just sitting and listening in the church to being fully engaged in ministry in the body of Christ
- To raising young missionaries who proclaim the Gospel of Christ to a lost and dying world
There are four biblical keys to effectively disciple a child at home and in church. The steps have proven to bring maximum spiritual impact when all are in place in your ministry.
Why You Want Children to Have a Crisis of Belief
While observing spiritual encounters with God in children, a common theme occurs when focusing on discipling and equipping them for ministry.
We move them out of what is comfortable into a new reality with God.
We want them to have that crisis of faith that causes them to trust the Heavenly Father.
That unique experience causes a spiritual revelation, a divine encounter, and it sets their spiritual foundation deep—God reveals Himself to and through them.
The War is Raging Against Our Kids!
Have you noticed that our children are under major attack today? There is an endless onslaught of worldly attempts to control their minds.
Their thoughts are the target of an enemy who wants to confuse who they believe they are. He wants to cripple them with fear and anxiety.
He wants them to believe they are nothing and have no value as believers in Christ.
Even though the enemy is on the move, God is working powerfully through the lives of children worldwide.
Kids are a mighty force ready to be unleashed in a lost and dying world…a world that is desperately searching for answers.
They are taking the message of Christ into their homes, communities, schools, villages, and cities.
Why Are Kids Leaving the Church? Is it their Parents’ Fault or the Church’s Fault?
Did your parents ever say to you, “It’s not nice to point”? You may have heard, “Every time you point at someone, there are three fingers pointing back at you.” It seems that this is the case with the Church today. We are pointing our fingers at parents and thinking they are the cause of their child’s spiritual departure from the Church.
It is true that they are the number one influence in their child’s life. They are there 24/7 with their child, and they have the time to make this their priority. Unfortunately, most parents’ priorities are messed up, and they put their child’s education and activities above church and their child’s faith. That can never be good.