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Full disclosure: I am not an “official” Orange week blogger. I’m just a Kids Pastor who has transitioned my thinking to line up more with the Orange Strategy.
Parents need help! If you’re a parent, wouldn’t your journey be easier if someone had shown you the way to training your children? If you have had the opportunity to have a parenting mentor, I’m sure you are already answering YES!
For some time I have sought God’s next ministry for me. I love being a children’s pastor and love serving in the local church. I am still open to that door if God so chooses to open a door to me. Until that door opens I believe God has led me to begin a ministry… Continue Reading KaBoom Ministries taking its first steps
This summer God has been opening many doors for me to speak at various camps. From Indiana to New York, I’ve had the privilege of speaking God’s word to many campers. This week I happen to be at Niagara Bible Conference & Camp up in Appleton, New York. The camp is located right on the… Continue Reading Summer of Fun!
Often times children’s pastor’s get the summer time blues because as soon as school lets out, people disappear! Nothing is more heartbreaking that to see all that momentum that you were building suddenly, groan to a slow rumble. Why does this have to happen? Do we contribute to it? Can we prevent it or do… Continue Reading Summer Time Blues?
Many who may read this are workers with children and are doing so either as a volunteer or as a part-time leader. I have great admiration for those kind of people as they are the majority doing great things for the kingdom. I have fortunately always served as a paid staff member but most of… Continue Reading Help! I’m a Small Church Kids Worker! Part 2
Ah yes, TAX DAY!! “Render unto Caesar, that which is Caesar’s” Uggh, I know I don’t enjoy that as I don’t like being taxed. But that my friends is not really what this post is about is it?
I’m going to be sharing a series of these posts on some thoughts that I’ve been having recently about when I first started in Children’s Ministry.