Nicaragua Update – 3/2

Hey Everybody! Today in Nicaragua our team did two kids services and a youth service which consisted of puppets, human videos, preaching, dances, balloon animals and so much more! It was a lot of fun! I wish I could post pictures but we have limited Internet access while we are […]

Going to Nicaragua

I am super excited to share with you all that this is my last post in America before I leave with 14 others from Valley Forge Christian College on a missions trip to Managua, Nicaragua. We will be ministering to children, teens, and adults for just under 11 days. I […]

Guest Blog Post

About a month ago, my good friend Jason Castellente asked me to write an article for him that talks about technical aspects of ministry. He currently works at National Community Church in Washington, DC and does a lot of incredible work for them! Check out my article by clicking HERE! God […]

Discipline in Kids Church

Quick thought for the night. Having traveled immensely over the past few years and visiting many children’s ministries I have found one thing to differ greatly from one church to the next: discipline. Not the discipline like creating a good habit in your life to become a disciple of Christ, […]

LIGHT Children’s Ministries

I am pleased to announce this year’s Light Children’s Ministry team: Light Investigators. This year I am privileged and honored to lead such a hard working team of Children’s Ministers again for another school year of traveling to churches and schools. Keep reading to find out all about Light Children’s Ministries.

Puppet Making

Puppetry is one of those things that some Children’s Ministers consider obsolete while others go at it full throttle. I’m the full throttle kind-of guy. This past weekend I worked with my girlfriend and we made what is my second and her first puppet. I will update with steps as […]

The Next Best Idea May Be an Old One

The world is in constant motion. Yes, I know the earth is revolving and rotating but I’m talking about social motion, cognitive motion, and educational motion. The techniques used today in many classrooms across America are greatly different than that from 10 years ago. The technology revolution has brought about […]