Dive into any topic far enough and you’ll get overwhelming feelings. Dive into technical discussions about God and your head will spin! Let’s keep this simple. GOD IS GOD and we are not. When talking about God in your family or with the family of God, don’t turn it into a competition of who knows... Continue Reading →
Enough with the big and complicated words to describe God! Don't get me wrong. We are ever growing into a greater awareness of the "sovereign, omnipotent, omnipresent, transcendent, incarnate, sanctifying God..." Wait, did I just lose you? Jesus told us to become like children. I take that to mean we continually return to what's most... Continue Reading →
Theology for Kids | Andy Naselli. Looking for books on theology for your kids? You may want to start with this list from Andy Naselli.
Ever heard someone say, "I'm not creative?" Well here's a response: "Yes, you are. You just don't realize it yet!" Spend some time improving your own creativity as you read over this article from Mark Conner in K! Magazine. Here's my short logic to prove you are creative: God is Creator, therefore, God is creative.... Continue Reading →
The Piper-Warren Interview – Justin Taylor. Good theological discussion. Being a children's pastor, my favourite quote is, "If you want to do the kingdom of God, you must care about children's ministry."
Theo Presents is a new animated series designed to teach theology to children. The artwork is highly professional. The content is sound. The creativity is captivating. View a free video when you click on the link. Episodes | Theo – Teaching Children God's Word.
A Baptist Catechism - Desiring God. Catechism for Young Children. The two links above will take you to two places you can go to teach children the basic tenets of Christian faith. They contain short questions and answers regarding the essential teachings of Scripture. They are intended to spur on conversation between the teacher and... Continue Reading →
What's in the Bible. I'm on a bit of a resources kick lately! Here's another great one! Bible colleges are finding that students are coming into their schools more Biblically illiterate than in the past. They struggle with basics such as how to find books of the Bible or what order the big... Continue Reading →