Children's Ministry
Creating Life-Changing Mission Experiences for Kids
Whether it's international, national, or "the mission next door," this download will provide practical and effective ideas that can influence children and their parents today—and for years to come.
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Overview

For many people, "missions" and "children" don't seem to go together. But when it comes to reaching out to others with the Good News, it's never too early to get started. For that reason, we believe that with some creativity you can begin inspiring children and families in your ministry with life-changing missions experiences, even when children are very young. Whether it's international, national, or "the mission next door," this download will provide practical and effective ideas that can influence children and their parents today—and for years to come.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Introduce Them to Missions:
Inviting children to discover the value of missions work.

Going Global:
One mom offers insights for developing a God's-eye view.

Mobilize Kids for Missions:
Getting kids excited can support existing missionaries and recruit new ones.

Taking a Family Missions Trip:
How one pastor and his family hit the missions field.

Additional Resources
Books, downloads, and websites to help you teach the Bible creatively.


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Topics:Children, Faith, Family, Missions
Filters:Children's Education, Children's ministry, Children's pastor, Family ministry, Missionary, Parents ministry, Pastor, Sunday school
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