Here in Minnesota, it seems like we were just getting ready for our first weekend up at the cabin and enjoying all that summer had to happen. Suddenly, we were back to school and celebrating rally Sunday! And now, we’re looking forward to all the goodness that October has to bring.
Before we get to that point, it’s time to talk about your favorite blog posts from September! It was a busy month here at Sparkhouse, and we’re excited to celebrate your favorite moments with you.
Intergenerational Sunday school: Consider multiple learning styles as a gift
Reverend Melissa Cooper continues her blog series about intergenerational Sunday school with a perspective on different learning styles that you may experience – and why it’s a positive for your program. Gain insight into how you can address – and accommodate – different learning styles in your next Sunday school session in this blog post.
Forced from Home: An experience to remember
Doctors Without Borders hosts an interactive experience called Forced from Home to offer an in-depth perspective at the life of a refugee. Given that our latest small group curriculum focuses on the refugee crisis, a few members of our marketing team headed to the exhibit to learn more. Check out our blog post summarizing our experience!
What does Fortnite have to do with youth ministry?
Launching. Storm troopers. Heals. If you’ve latched on to the latest gaming trend known as Fortnite, we’re speaking your language!
This month on the Youth Ministry Podcast, Bryan and Erik chatted about the Fortnite craze – and what it means to youth workers. Plus, they provide their perspectives on that all-important question: should you play the game with your youth?
Read more about the topic in our blog post.
Young families in your church: Creating spaces to gather
Jenia Strom, director of children and families ministries at a United Methodist church in south Minneapolis, kicks off her series about connecting with young families in your church with insight into the importance of space – and how it can make a difference in your family ministyr.
Read more in her blog post.
5 easy ways to start planning for Advent and Christmas
I know, it feels like we just started getting into fall… but it’s never too early to start making your plans for the Advent and Christmas season! In this blog post, we talk about how you can prepare for the upcoming season to eliminate stress and remember the true reason for the season.
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