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Connecting to Kids to God through Their Parents

Reblogged from kids.healthychurch.com. Original post can be found here.   We all want Sunday mornings to be enough for the kids in our church to connect with God. Unfortunately this is not true. But once we mention teaching kids about Jesus at home, many parents appear confused and lost. With […]


The Rise of Self-Martyrdom

For those who are actively involved on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and other top social media sites it is not hard to scroll through the website and find an article somebody shared with their opinion while knowing it is going to start an argument. What can make matters even worse is […]


My Favorite Apps for Ministry (July 2014)

With smartphones and tablets quickly gaining ground on laptops and desktops it makes sense that they would be used more and more for productive purposes. For me my tablet and smartphone are what I use the most throughout the day and for those moments I need a bigger screen and […]


The Stagnant Christian

There’s something deep inside me that wants to scream whenever I am talking to somebody who says to me that they only socialize with Christians and that their only friends are Christians. Some even take it as far as not talking to their family members because they aren’t Christians. The […]


Really Quick

Let me quickly say this, “It is really easy to rush through the important things”. Phew. Glad I got that out. That’s all I have to say…okay. On a serious note I do want to say that as children’s ministers and leaders we can often find ourselves saying something along […]


Anything and Everything

Being 21 years old I find myself running into roadblocks and assumptions placed upon me because of my age. It is easy to assume that anybody young and right out of college believes that they know anything and everything there is to know even outside of my field of study […]


Moving Forward

The time has come where my four years of training and preparation for ministry at Valley Forge Christian College is about to conclude. I am pleased to say that over these four years I have grown deeply in my relationship with God, my knowledge of theology, and much much more. […]