Letter-Writing with Children

By Ruth Sall February 16, 2021

One of the things I love the most about working in children’s ministry is learning new ways to..

What Does Love Look Like?

By Cathy Skogen-Soldner February 2, 2021

When Valentine’s Day rolls around, we have an opportunity to chat with children about love. In..

Starting the New Year Fresh

By Cathy Skogen-Soldner January 7, 2021

The beginning of a new year finds lots of us in children’s ministry taking inventory of what was..

Making the Most of a Sparkhouse Digital Subscription

By Sparkhouse December 29, 2020

Sparkhouse Digital Early Childhood, Children, and Youth put all the leader content you need for..

Caring for All Types of Families at Christmas

By Amber Lappin December 8, 2020

Many of us have phenomenal memories of celebrating Christmas at school, at church, and in our..

Balancing Traditions and Wonder while Glorifying God

By Jessica Davis December 3, 2020

"Truly he taught us to love one another.His law is love and his gospel is peace.Chains shall he..

Making Homemade Nativity Sets

By Ruth Sall December 1, 2020

Recently, the mom of one of the fifth graders in my ministry sent me a video from when the girl was..

Roll-and-Write Games Work Virtually and Intergenerationally

By Jason Brian Santos November 19, 2020

Last March, when I transitioned to a new call as the solo pastor of a small mountain church in..

Take Time to Make a To-Do List

By Cathy Skogen-Soldner November 17, 2020

Are you someone who loves to make a list and takes great satisfaction in crossing things off? A..

Cultivating Gratitude in Children

By Amber Lappin November 5, 2020

As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s typical to start thinking about how to help the children in our..

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