This is a simple and great game idea for your kids at Easter.
Are you using the people that are available to you? We are a body and part of being a body is being used. Every finger, every toe, every eyelash and nerve ending has purpose and needs to be used. When we stop using a body part it dies, and I believe that applies to the […]
This is my 143rd post to this site. I have written almost every week for the past 3.5 years. Thousands of words have been typed. And today, I’ve got nothing to write. Nothing of any great importance comes to mind. But still I write. Have you ever had that happen? You can’t figure out what […]
This video tore us up inside for so many reasons… * There’s a fatherless and motherless generation that needs saving. * There are so many men and women, like you, who are dropping everything to save them. * And there is nothing quite as beautiful as “raising up a generation.” THANK YOU. Sincerely. THANK YOU, […]
How do people find out about your ministry? Even if they first hear about it on a Sunday service, where do they go next to get more information? More than likely, your church’s or NextGen ministry web site. It’s important. We all know that first impressions matter. And this one is a doozy. If it’s perceived that your […]
From The Source For Youth Ministry: Dove does it again, delivering another eye-opening piece about women’s self image, and providing a great opportunity to talk with our young girls about their insecurities (prompting me [Jonathan McKee] to write this discussion you can use with their video, with small group questions, scripture and a wrap up).
I’ve been reading Dr. James Dobson’s book “Bringing Up Boys” over the past few days. I’m only about a third of the way through the book but chapter 3 is called “Wounded Spirits” and it really worked me over. Here’s why… The good Doctor spoke less to my relationship with my son and more to […]
Lately my wife and I have been brainstorming ways to keep our senior high students connected longer. It seems that when they get to be juniors and seniors, work, school and family obligations swell and they just don’t have time for Wednesday church anymore. Which is fair, I think, for a season for kids to […]