Children’s Ministry: Building a Discipleship Culture

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Building a Discipleship Culture

Nowadays, we’re all doing more with less. We’re very busy. The world around us is complicated and overwhelmingly complex. And we long for a simpler life and ministry. With so many options, opportunities, programs, and curriculum choices available today, how can we get back to a simpler and more effective ministry? How can we build a discipleship culture that helps keep kids on the pathway of knowing God intimately, loving Him passionately, and serving Him selflessly?

In their book Simple Church, Thom Rainer and Eric Geiger write, “Churches with a simple process for reaching and maturing people are expanding the kingdom. Church leaders who have designed a simple biblical process to make disciples are effectively advancing the movement of the gospel. Simple churches are making a big impact. Conversely, complex churches are struggling and anemic. Churches without a process or with a complicated process for making disciples are floundering.” Simple Church: Returning to God’s Process for Making Disciples by Thom S. Rainer and Eric Geiger.

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For more than a decade, DiscipleLand has focused on helping ministries just like yours. We delight in seeing kids grow up in Christ! What makes us different? We’re the only publisher in the world that provides a comprehensive, Biblical Children’s Discipleship System (CDS). This systematic approach sets the course for children’s ministry—a precept-upon-precept curriculum from preschool and kindergarten to elementary and kids church designed to help students reach their peak potential as Jesus’ disciples—children who know God intimately, love Him passionately, and serve Him selflessly. Our products are of the highest quality available in the market today.

We really do want to help you fulfill Jesus’ commandment to make disciples. Give us a call or view our free online catalog. Take a look at our scope and sequence on our website. We’re here to help you make disciples for life!

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One Response to “Children’s Ministry: Building a Discipleship Culture”

  1. Vin Says:

    We run a Children Church with an average of 120-140 kids from birth to 12 years of age. These are in 6 different age-group divisions. That’s about 2 age-group in one division.

    Younger age-groups are smaller in numbers.

    However, 3 of our elementary classes numbers between 25-40 kids. Our volunteer staff serves on rotation in a team of about 3-6. Out of this, only 1 or 2 are teachers with the rest as support staff. In short, we do not have enough volunteers. Discipline is a major challenge, especially for ages 7-8.

    I have been looking through your curriculum & they look good to me. I like the precept upon precept approach which also avoid repetitions of Bible stories. However, these seems suited for small groups of 8-12.

    Which curriculum is more suitable for us? We have limitations. We can’t split up our class into smaller groups as we lack suitable classrooms.

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