Starting an Equity Audit of Your Children, Youth, and Family Ministry

By Rev. Carla Wilson September 22, 2022

Across the nation and across denominations, youth and young adult educators are engaged on both the..

Marking the Year with the Church Seasons

By Ruth Sall September 20, 2022

I remember growing up in my little Lutheran church in Wyoming and thinking how boring it was that..

Disability Accommodations in Early Childhood Ministry

By Amber Lappin September 13, 2022

Making our spaces welcoming for all children requires consideration of their individual needs. We..

Children, Youth, and Family Ministry during COVID-19 and Monkeypox

By Jessica Davis September 8, 2022

As many of us prepare to increase our congregational activities involving young people, the last..

Responding to Young People's Mental Health Concerns

By Jonah Davis September 6, 2022

Compared to later in the academic year, many schools see a lot of reported mental health concerns..

Inclusive Language to Talk about Family

By Emily E. Ewing August 30, 2022

As people and families are increasingly able to be open and creatively authentic about who they are..

Approaching Political Issues in a Church Context

By Jessica Davis August 23, 2022

Tell us, then, what you think. Is it lawful to pay taxes to Caesar or not?” But Jesus, aware of..

Creating Routines for Preschoolers

By Amber Lappin August 16, 2022

Preschoolers sometimes get an unfair reputation. This adorable group of humans is known for being..

Keeping Tweens Engaged in Church

By Ruth Sall August 9, 2022

I love working with middle schoolers. It was a surprise to me, too. Tweens, preteens, late..

Incorporating Storytelling and Expressive Arts in Worship

By Rev. Carla Wilson August 2, 2022

During the summer, the congregation I serve has a tradition of taking the children’s sermon out of..

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