Comfort, Connections, and Continuity

By Cathy Skogen-Soldner February 3, 2022

I have never been a morning person. So why, as a child, was I willing to get up and go to a Sunday..

Children's Ministry as an Entry Point into Church Volunteering

By Ruth Sall January 20, 2022

I knew when I first started my job in children’s ministry that it would be filled with rewarding..

Using Creative Storytelling in Sunday School

By Cathy Skogen-Soldner November 9, 2021

Adding just a touch of creative storytelling to a Bible story helps to captivate the minds and..

Embracing Complexity in Sunday School

By Rebecca Ninke September 14, 2021

Last school year, because of the pandemic, it worked out for me to lead my little church’s one-room..

One-Room Summer Sunday School

By Ruth Sall June 1, 2021

Here at the church that I serve, when the school year ends in mid-June, so does our church program..

Sunday School in a Box

By Sparkhouse August 18, 2020

While many churches have held Sunday school via Zoom or Facebook Live during this pandemic, some..

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..

Sparkhouse Launches a Series of Blog Posts on Neurodiversity

By Sparkhouse December 3, 2019

Throughout Advent, Sparkhouse will be running a series of blog posts focused on neurodiversity at..

Working with kids with special needs in Sunday school

By Kathryn Watson October 16, 2018

Sunday morning behavior can be a challenge for all kids, especially those whose behaviors fall..

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