Children’s Church is an opportunity for children to celebrate their love for the Lord. Many of our adult services give little opportunity to children. Children’s participation in our services are normally categorized for special events, holidays and annual services. But Children’s Church is a worship experience focused totally on children and building their understanding of the Bible and promoting a meaningful relationship with God.
Tween Camp is a part of AIM Children’s Ministry. Tweens are children ages 10-12. Tweens will have there own area and classes created just for them beginning at 10:00 a.m. Tween Camp offers movement, hands on learning and some digital knowledge. The schedule will keep the Tweens moving from one power packed session to the next. All classes will complete before the start of Children’s Church.
What does 10 loaves of bread, 80 ounces of peanut butter and 64 ounces of jelly equal? To a group of children, parents and volunteers it equals making a difference in the lives of those less fortunate.
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND ~ The Children’s Ministry will be sponsoring the Greater Pentecostal Temple Puppeteers in their new 2014 show. On Wednesday evening at 6:00 p.m. in room 1501B. You do not want to miss this performance. When you are preparing your schedule of events, DO NOT TO MISS this special event during AIM 2014 in Kansas City.
Sign up your children now for this non-competitive Talent Showcase of children’s talent. This showcase invites children to sing, dance, recite poetry, act, play musical Instruments and more. Be the first from your area to sign up AIM 2014 Rising Stars.
Are you ready to get involved? Great! Whether you volunteer for an hour or make a commitment of a day or the full week, your volunteer time is appreciated; as are you. There are a variety of ways you can get involved, and any needed training is provided.
We canâ€™t earn salvation; we are saved by Godâ€™s grace when we have faith in His Son, Jesus Christ. All you have to do is believe you are a sinner, that Christ died for your sins, and ask His forgiveness. He knows you and loves you.
Research confirms; By age nine, most children have their spiritual moorings in place.â€ What does this mean for us as children leaders? If you want to have an impact on the next generation then you must do it by the age of nine.
Hundreds of childrenâ€™s ministry leaders face these same questions every week. They work incredibly hard to minister effectively to the children who arrive at their doors. They face the challenging prospect of not knowing how many children might show up (two or 25?), along with the even bigger challenge of meeting their needs â€“ when the children are all over the age spectrum. So how do you keep a small church ministry effective and relevant?
Prayer habits that last a lifetime are most often formed while they are children. This is why it’s so critical to teach children how to pray. As with most disciplines, prayer is caught more than it’s taught. Please take time, develop a lesson simply teaching your children how to pray.