Dr. Karen Kennemur, Associate Professor of Children’s Ministry and Bessie Fleming Chair of Childhood Education at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminar, joins the podcast to discuss training and equipping Preteens to become gems in leadership and on mission.
Daniel Darling, Vice President of Communications at the ERLC, joins the podcast to discuss how to teach our kids about the value of human life in a world that increasingly cheapens it.
Danielle Bell, Minister to Children at Dawson Family of Faith, joins the podcast to discuss ways to intentionally create a culture where kids actively participate, serve, and engage in the church as soon as they are believers.
Dr. Tracy McElhattan, Director of Early Childhood Ministries at Blue Valley Baptist Church, joins the podcast to discuss practical information about characteristics of specific disabilities and suggestions on how to teach to the strengths of children.
Mitch Royer, staff at LifeAustin, joins the podcast to discuss ways to make your Event a “win” and using it to build momentum into your ministry and impact the community.
Dr. Shane and Dr. Jennifer Garrison, School of Theology Faculty at Campbellsville University join the podcast to discuss the dangers of age compression and give strategies for proper growth and development.
Randy Helms, Children’s Pastor at Mountain West Church, GA, joins the podcast to discuss the myth of ministry and discover together what God’s intent is for those that He calls to this incredible journey! We will discover that balance is a myth and learn how to prioritize.
Todd Villemont, Children’s Pastor at FBC Naples, FL, joins the podcast to discuss the importance of connecting with parents in ministry. Parents are connected in all aspects of life, but they are losing their kids to the world because they have lost any connection with their children. Todd and Chuck discuss practical ways that leaders can help parents connect with their children and with their church.
Teaching a room full of elementary kids can be more intimidating than a room full of adults, but it doesn’t have to be. John Murchison joins our podcast to discuss some simple strategies that will help you keep their attention and better communicate the gospel.
We all know life gets messy, and as we minister to families these hurts appear in our ministries. In this episode, Heidi Hensley, Director of Children’s Ministry at Shadow Mountain Community Church, stops by the podcast to discuss the most common hurts we encounter as we minister to parents and kids, and how we can best respond to them in a Godly way while empowering parents to be key leaders in their child’s spiritual life.