Children’s Ministry: Growing in Faith

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Nurture Life-long Faith

Whether you are a Sunday school teacher, volunteer, leader, or parent, you are vital in nurturing children’s faith. The following can help you guide and grow children toward a deeper, life-long faith.

Kids Need Faith
(John 20:30-31; Hebrews 11:1,6)

The Situation: Children ask, “Can you prove it?” Some kids are taught to believe that the scientific method is the ultimate test of validity. In their worldview, people who believe in miraculous events are simple-minded and uninformed. Faith is a weakness that cannot stand up to scientific reasoning.

The Solution: In reality, faith forms a bridge that connects truth and hope. At one end, the bridge of faith rests securely upon the tangible foundation of Scripture. The events revealed in the Bible are factual and historically reliable. On the other end, the bridge of faith reaches toward God’s intangible promises yet to come. Because we know certain things that are true, we have faith. Because we believe, certain things will become true.

What You Can Do: Faith is like a muscle—the more you exercise it, the stronger it becomes. To express faith doesn’t require a long leap, but it does include short steps. Practice small steps of faith with your kids. Read frequently (Romans 10:17). Pray expectantly (Matthew 21:22). Walk uprightly (Galatians 5:16).

These specially-priced curriculum packs provide a first-hand look at actual DiscipleLand Resources. Each review kit provides you and your team with the information needed to decide how DiscipleLand fits with your children’s ministry needs and goals – helping children grow in faith for life. Our Review Kits come with a 30-Day Satisfaction Guarantee.

Super Review Kit

The Super Review Kit includes the complete contents of three Review Kits: Preschool, Kindergarten and Core Bible. These 18 resources will introduce you to the full line of DiscipleLand resources for kids ages 2-14. Order today and save $67.95Learn more …

Core Bible Review Kit

The Core Bible Review Kit will give you a thorough introduction to the most exciting children’s Bible curriculum to be released in decades! The Kit is designed to help you take a closer look at DiscipleLand’s Core Bible curriculum. It includes 12 books–one Teacher Guide and Student Disciple Guide for all 6 Core Bible Levels (ages 6-14): Discovering God’s Greatness, Treasuring the Bible, Serving the King, Transforming the World, Following the Faithful, and Walking with God. Order today and you’ll save $28.05Learn more …

Kindergarten Review Kit

In DiscipleLand’s Kindergarten, your children will explore the wonder-filled dramas of fascinating Old and New Testament personalities embracing 48 godly heroes and heroines they can respect and emulate. The Kindergarten Review Kit contains three resources from Quarter A Amazing Old Testament Heroes: Teacher Guide, Student Disciple Guide, and Teaching Pictures. Save $12.50 if you order todayLearn more …

Preschool Review Kit

The Preschool Review Kit provides an in-depth view of exciting Bible curriculum for younger children. You will meet Dee, Cy, Paul, and their dog, Chip, who help preschoolers understand the Bible. Includes three resources: a Teacher Guide, Student Pages, and one set of Teaching Pictures. Save $12.50 if you order todayLearn more …

Free Resource

Prepare Your Preschoolers is a must read for anyone involved in children’s ministry. Discover how you can encourage your kids to remain steadfast and keep growing in knowledge, character, and conduct! Click here for an immediate download.

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