LifeMosaic connects God’s story with the lives of each person in the room. And as that happens, each person’s story has the opportunity to connect one with another in a relationship-building setting. Experiencing this interactive study alongside old friends and new brought the Bible alive in ways that couldn’t help but to transform.
Pull out the crayons, markers and pencils for some good old-fashioned hands-on creative Bible fun. No technology required.
How can you get people excited about church in the summer? To help you get started, we’ve brainstormed ideas to infuse new energy into your church during the busy summer months when worship attendance and involvement often decline.
When doing any kind of Outreach Ministry to children, one thing that you typically experience is interactions with children that are “unchurched.” It’s the very reason we DO outreach. However, working with kids that come from traumatic backgrounds, can prove to be a challenge.
As a Christ-centered organization ourselves, we respect your budget and goals of Kingdom work. This is why we specialize in creating products for your church that are affordable. Did you know we haven't raised our prices for 5 years!?! We want your spending to result in changing lives! And so, after 5 years of keeping prices unchanged, this summer you will see a small increase on many of our products.
Summer days stretch ahead. Initial exuberance over “no school” often gives way to the ageless “Mom, I’m bored” complaint. Sure, structured activities like swim lessons, softball games and such keep kids busy. But it’s important also to encourage individual imaginative play, family activities and time outdoors in God’s beautiful creation.
The legacy of faith my father left was among his greatest gifts to me. He taught me the importance of rising on Sunday morning to attend worship services followed by Sunday School. He taught me the importance of bowing my head and folding my hands before digging my fork into a meal of meat, potatoes, gravy and whatever side vegetable Mom pulled from the garden or freezer or dirt-floored cellar. He taught me the importance also of thanking God for all we had, which by today’s standards, wasn’t much.
Next time you are teaching Sunday School, consider different methods of teaching for different ways of learning.