Family Ministry Part II

Hello Parents, Last week I sent you a portion of an article about Family Ministry from a Children’s Minister named Jim Wideman that I wanted to share with you. Before doing that though, I wanted to offer some suggestions for useful sites and for people who are looking for good resources: Sites: [3] – they offer free streamed audio of audio dramas for all ages. Little kids will like paws and tales. Down Gilead Lane is geared for young teens. Adventures in Odyssey is for the ages in between. – This is great to use with Adventures in Odyssey. It has useful categories such as episode by theme or by bible verse that it’s applicable to, etc. Very useful teaching aid. – Now that focus on the family has bought the JellyTelly company, it’s become a hub of safe games and videos that are christian themed. It is made by the same guy that created VeggieTales. 2 Book Suggestions: Helping Your Child Become… by Tim & Kirsten King – After their first child entered the world, Tim and Kirsten eagerly approached a few of their parenting heroes, hoping to unlock their secrets. They waited for the golden key of wisdom to be handed to them. They wanted to know what to DO! Committed to discovering whatever they could from Gods Word and His people that would help them know what to do, they dug into the scriptures and other moral resources. After years of asking, searching, reading, and […]

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Family Ministry Part I

Hello Parents, I recently read an article from a Children’s Minister named Jim Wideman that I wanted to share with you about perspectives on what the Bible says about raising children. He’s writing it in speaking to other Children’s Ministers, and has challenged me in my service to your families and to God on helping to build children with their own deep, rich walks with God. I’m breaking the article up into chunks because it’s a pretty lengthy article, but it’s a good one. Here’s Part I. James Wang Children’s Pastor — God’s plan to reach the world has always included the family. It doesn’t surprise me that the family and the church are under such attack. I’m glad we’re waking up, I just hope we repent and change our actions in time! In the early days of the modern Children’s Ministry Movement (1970’s) it would have really helped if we had read our Bible. Most of us were telling parents, “Go to church and give us your kids.” I now see without the church and family working together our kids will suffer. Two powers working together are stronger than either one on their own. To me family ministry is just helping the family want God’s best for their children at every age. Psalm 112:1-8 (NIV) tells us…”Blessed is the man who fears the LORD, 
who finds great delight in his commands. 2 His children will be mighty in the land; 
the generation of the upright will be blessed…
6 Surely […]

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Kids memorizing scripture is a wonderful thing. Check out this vid of a 2 year old reciting Psalms 1 # SuperKIDZ Church is happening TOMORROW at 10AM! Get ready for games, prizes, laughs and God moving at SuperKIDZ Church! See you there! # Ephesians 6:4 And you, fathers, do not provoke your children to wrath, but bring them up in the training and admonition of the Lord. NKJV # Powered by Twitter Tools

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-08-07

"We missed you" cards work! Haven't seen these guys in weeks! They came today simply because of the note @ChristianMFJ # Having fun in Kidztown Sunday School class @maile_lee # New photo added # Check out all the fun had at VBS # Powered by Twitter Tools

June Recap #2

Here’s another look the fun we had in June. There are some pictures from our last SuperKidz Church and some fun lessons from our classes.

June Recap Video

Here’s some pictures from back in June. The weather was nice enough to start having class outside once in a while and kids were having fun inside and outside the walls of their classes.