Children’s Church Curriculum: What are the kids learning?

by Mark Steiner Children's Church, Church Resources, Curriculum, Discipleship, Discipling Resources Add comments

Once upon a time, Christian parents asked their children after church, “What did you learn about God?” Today, the question is often, “Did you have fun?” Not too long ago, wanting to fully equip children to serve Christ, churches offered extensive Bible training for all ages. Today, wanting to keep kids happy and to make recruiting easy, many churches offer high-energy, entertainment-based programs. Children rarely use their Bibles.


What’s needed is a comprehensive children’s discipleship system that helps equip kids to reach their peak potential as Jesus’ disciples, a children’s church curriculum that partners with teachers and parents to transform children into dynamic disciples of Jesus Christ. Kids need to learn to Know God intimately, love God passionately, and to serve God selflessly.

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One Response to “Children’s Church Curriculum: What are the kids learning?”

  1. DIck Gruber Says:


    I was so please to read your blog concerning the need for children’s church that appeals to the kids, yet has a strong discipleship emphasis. Kids want balloons and candy, but need the Lord. God bless.

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