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Resources in Children
Is There Enough? is a 5-session curriculum for children dealing with the issue of hunger, with Biblical themes addressing our responsibility to share. There are lesson plans for preschool, kindergarten – second grade, and upper elementary ages.
Throughout their lives, children can experience many kinds of loss – the death of family members, friends, or pets; the loss of home in a move, the loss of familiarity and certainty that comes when a loved one receives a diagnosis, and others. This Compass Points resource provides some Biblical resources, information to help you… Read more »
This Resource Roadmap is a list with books, media links, and activities for children, families and faith communities to assist in supporting grieving children.
When a child experiences a loss, they often experience a wide range of emotions, which can be overwhelming and confusing. Children may struggle to name their emotions, and may express them in many ways, from acting out, to playing, to music or arts, to talking about it. This Quicksheet includes two activities that you can… Read more »
The Sabbath Practices Ministry Kit for Children looks at how to engage each of the essential practices (Hospitality, Prayer, Service, Storytelling and Retreat) with children in your community. Each practice section includes things to consider and ways to engage. A list of suggested resources is included as well.
Consider involving your class in One Great Hour of Sharing by hosting a bake sale featuring international items.
Find resources to include the smallest members of your congregation, and get excited about One Great Hour of Sharing!
The Pentecost Offering is devoted to ministries that support our young people during their “first third of life,” the time from childhood through young adulthood.
What do your kids want to be when they grow up? This Children’s Sermon by Rev. Karen Wagner shows how the Pentecost Offering can expand those dreams!
By Rev. Bobbi Wells Hargleroad on Mark 9:30-37