Prayer, Psalms, and Mad Libs

By Ruth Sall March 19, 2020

We recognize that this is an unusual and even unprecedented time to be doing ministry. This post..

Supporting Families in Divorce

By Marissa Letscher March 17, 2020

We recognize that this is an unusual and even unprecedented time to be doing ministry. This post..

Let's Get Kids Involved in Palm Sunday Worship

By Cathy Skogen-Soldner March 12, 2020

One way to help children feel welcome is to invite them to lead worship. Their leadership affirms..

Beaming Books Titles to Mark Women's History Month in Sunday School

By Sparkhouse March 3, 2020

Are you looking for biblical, age-appropriate ways to celebrate Women’s History Month with the kids..

Seven Ways to Recruit Local Artists for Creative Arts Camp

By Dawn Rundman February 20, 2020

Once you read Chapter One in Sparkhouse’s latest release titled Creative Arts Camp: Four Summer VBS..

4 Ways to Teach Nonverbal Kids in Sunday School

By Kathryn Watson December 12, 2019

My son is five years old, and he doesn’t really talk. He’s trying, and we’re hearing a few words..

10 Tips to Make Sunday School Autism-Friendly

By Linnea Peterson December 5, 2019

As an autistic adult who wasn’t diagnosed with autism until recently, there are plenty of things I..

Sunday school activity: Scramble prayers for children

By Cathy Skogen-Soldner August 6, 2019

Remember when your teacher put “Thanksgiving” up on the board and challenged your class to make..

Nurturing a Mindful Ministry

By Marissa Letscher July 30, 2019

Looking back over my early childhood in the Lutheran church, I've observed how deeply ingrained an..

Giving a Tried-and-True Song a Thrilling New Twist

By Cathy Skogen-Soldner July 16, 2019

Older songs are often good songs; however, if we repeatedly sing the same songs in the same way,..

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