Using Restorative Justice Principles with Children and Youth

By Rev. Carla Wilson August 8, 2023

Sometimes the best tools in education come from unexpected sources. Such was the case with..

Working with a Children's Ministry Committee

By Ruth Sall August 1, 2023

I serve a Presbyterian church as the Children’s Ministry Director and am the staff liaison for the..

Teaching Kids to Take the Bible Seriously, but Not Literally

By Emily E. Ewing July 27, 2023

Sometimes, Christian education doesn’t keep up with kids’ growing abilities to understand..

Leading Children's Ministry When You Struggle with Details

By Ruth Sall July 20, 2023

I am a creative person. I have a degree in music, and I have spent many years in professional roles..

Bible Study without All the Bells and Whistles

By Jessica Davis July 13, 2023

It's hard to believe that summer is well underway and the time to plan fall Christian..

Teaching Culture and Inclusion through Authentic Crafts

By Rev. Carla Wilson July 6, 2023

Hooray for summer! Whether you are enjoying having your favorite young ones at home or busily..

Welcoming Neurodiversity in Christian Education and Worship

By Jessica Davis June 27, 2023

"One of them, an expert in the law, asked him a question to test him. 'Teacher, which commandment..

Nurturing LGBTQ Youth at Church

By Rev. Carla Wilson June 20, 2023

Content note: This blog post contains brief mentions of suicide and self-harm.

The Trevor Project..

Expanding Children's Faith in the Summer Months

By Ruth Sall June 13, 2023

Summer faith experiences for children can be touchstones in their lives. The opportunity to go to..

Talking to Kids about Gender

By Emily E. Ewing June 6, 2023

Gender has been a hot-button topic lately, and for many adults, it can be hard to know how to talk..


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