Helping You Teach the Kids in Your Life
Teach Kids is a short and powerful “HOW TO” for parents and children’s ministry workers. Practical topics cover things we struggle with to things you might not have thought about. Our goal is to equip you with aspects of gospel parenting, evangelism, and discipleship – helping you teach the kids in your life, whether they are your own or those to whom you minister. Teach Kids is heard daily on 899 radio stations as of January 1, 2023.
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Where You Send I Will Go
By Elizabeth Griggs The plans God has in our lives often don’t match the ideal lifestyle we have preconceived in our mind. Biblical individuals, such as Jeremiah, perceived themselves in one manner, while God had another story in mind for him. The prophet, Jeremiah,...
Athletic Kids-Rest for the Spirit
You know, God gave us a wonderful gift when He gave us a sabbath day of rest. Jesus said the sabbath was made for man, not man made for the sabbath. In other words, God gave it because it’s good for us, not to burden us with a religious tradition.
Athletic Kids–Skills for the Spirit
Four important skills or spiritual disciplines for kids involve Scripture, worship, prayer and giving. The Bible commands us to practice each of them diligently. Do we practice them to earn God’s favor? If yes, that’s a wrong motivation. The right motivation is to do them for our own good, and to mature in our spiritual life. God loves to see us do well and prosper, so it does have the effect of pleasing Him too.
Spiritual Athletics-Exercise for the Spirit
Faith is like a muscle, it has to be exercised in order to grow. It takes effort and then the effort pays off, you start reaping benefits, and it gets easier. James 1 says the testing of our faith produces perseverance.
Spiritual Athletics-Nutrition for the Spirit
Matthew 5:6 says “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness for they will be filled. Teach kids to recognize that their spirit is hungry for God’s goodness.
Getting Kids to Talk
Relationships are everything. If we want to lead children to Christ and disciple them, there needs to be relationship. For there to be relationship, there must be two-way communication.
Brighten January Blahs
Everyone seems to have a favorite season. Mine is definitely NOT winter. Winter means cold air, short days and long nights, and bare trees.
I don’t know what Valentine’s Day means to you, but I’d like to suggest a few ways you can use this time to encourage children to express their love for God and others.