Monthly Archives: January 2021

  1. Reading More Than a Story With Children

    Reading More Than a Story With Children

    There is a difference between reading with children and reading to children. Reading to children is when an adult reads and children listen; but reading with children is experiencing the story, the words, and the ideas together. It is an interactive exchange that takes place as the adult and the children discover meaning, wonder at the marvelous, mourn over the heartaches, ponder the incomprehensible, and rejoice in the beautiful together. Reading with children requires engaging your mind and heart in the text, letting your emotions overflow as you read together.... More

  2. Renewed Goals and Commitments for Discipling Children in 2021

    Renewed Goals and Commitments for Discipling Children in 2021

    As we welcome in the new year, it is obvious that the “old year” is still upon us in many ways. COVID19 and its numerous related restrictions it has brought about are still in place around the country and even throughout the world. For that reason, many churches continue to face challenges in fully implementing their usual children’s discipleship programs. What will it take to teach the next generation in 2021?... More