5 Keys: How to elevate the value of your ministry.

by DiscipleLand Staff Children's Ministry Curriculum, Children's Ministry Resources

Want to increase the impact of your children’s ministry so it receives a higher priority in your church? Greg Baird, founder of KidMin360, provides five practical keys that can help you accomplish this. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to know when God is leading you.

by DiscipleLand Staff Children's Ministry Curriculum, Children's Ministry Resources

Most of us sincerely desire to follow God. But how do we draw nearer and regularly respond to His voice? Dr. Scott Turansky provides this practical article about recognizing “emotional signals.” Read the rest of this entry »

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Training: Free. Online. Anytime.

by DiscipleLand Staff Children's Ministry Curriculum, Children's Ministry Resources

Not long ago, DiscipleLand began providing free, online “how-to” training videos. Teachers can now learn about new and existing products, upcoming events, and more. We provide videos online so you can learn when you want—from the comfort of your home or office.

This practical article explores three benefits of using training videos and how they can become a valuable tool for equipping others. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to channel your child’s desires

by DiscipleLand Staff Children's Ministry Curriculum, Children's Ministry Resources

John Piper writes, “The primary fact about little children in the Bible is that they are helpless and dependent on adults for their life. We have to give them food, clothing, shelter and protection. Otherwise, they will starve or freeze or choke or fall. A little child knows nothing of self-reliance. He relies on his parents for everything, and, for a while at least, he doesn’t mind this at all. He loves it. And good parents love it.” 1 Read the rest of this entry »

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