Pastoring Kids: One-Day Training Event for Tennessee
Developing A Shepherd’s Heart for The Children You Serve
Isaiah 40:11, “He tends his flock like a shepherd: He gathers the lambs in his arms and carries them close to his heart;” Today’s kids need good shepherds. They need individuals who are interested in their care and committed to providing for their needs. They need someone who will lead them in right paths—paths away from self-centeredness and immorality. They need someone who will protect, comfort, discipline, and restore. They need you.
Shepherd or Hireling?
Sometimes ministering to children feels like babysitting, entertaining, cat herding—not shepherding. But shepherding kids isn’t about what others think of ministry, how ministry is programmed or how children behave. Shepherding kids is all about attitude. Discover the attitudes that will help you develop a shepherd’s heart for the children you serve.
10 Ways You Can Shepherd Kids
Shepherding is intentionally investing in the lives of kids. Here are some practical and easy-to-implement steps you can take to make that investment and reap huge dividends.
Where Should We Be Leading Kids?
Statistics tell us that the majority of churched kids leave the church at the age of 18. What can we do reverse this trend? How can we lead today’s kids in the “paths of righteousness?
How Do I Shepherd Postmodern Kids?
Postmodern kids are kids growing up in a changing world. You have the opportunity to make the message of Jesus and the truth of God’s Word relevant and applicable in their world. Take a look at four characteristics of ministry that engages postmodern kids.