Children Ministry Resources


4/14 Movement

The 4/14 Window refers to the demographic group from age four to fourteen years old, which is the most open and receptive to every form of spiritual and developmental input. God is calling us to a new missional focus: the 4/14 Window golden age of opportunity to transform the world.

Center for Children and Theology

The spiritual life of children is the focusat the Center for Children and Theology. It is
an outgrowth of the observations and reflections of teachers and catechists spanning over two decades.

ChildFaith

In recent years there has been a move to rediscover some of the classic issues raised by theologians in regards to children, such as the nature of the child, when children should be able to join the church or partake of the Eucharist or communion, what Jesus meant by making an example of children, and the like. This site is full of links and resources.

Child theology Movement

In Child Theology, we are invited to take good note of the child in the midst as we think about, for, to, from and with God in Christ. As we do that, we expect our theology to change for the better. In Child Theology, we embark afresh on the journey with Christ into the open secret of God in the world.

Global Children’s Forum

The Global Children’s Forum (‘GCF’) is an emerging and growing partnering network of children’s ministry agencies and leaders that operate with a global or major regional focus.

Is Sunday School Theological Child Abuse?

Theologian Paul Tyson challenges us to rethink the place of children in the church… and opens up a can of worms. Beth Barnett (Baptist Union of Victoria Children and Families Facilitator) responds.

Kids in Ministry

We believe that according to the Word of God, children are fully capable of receiving and acting on the gospel including salvation through the blood of Jesus, the baptism in the Holy Spirit, water baptism, communion, and operating in the gifts of the Spirit when these things are taught simply and on their level of understanding.

Max7

The Max7 website features a variety of Bible resources including curriculum, videos, music, and training materials for use through children’s or young people’s ministry, sports or creative ministry.

Ministry to Children.com

Their collective goal is to encourage and help you as you serve God’s kids. All website content is 100% free to use offline in your church or Christian ministry.We are simply an online resource to help you tell kids about Jesus. If your passion is reaching and teaching kids, then this blog is for you.

SportsOutreach.org

The Home of “More Than Gold” resources of transformation.

Superbook

Welcome to the Superbook Kids website – an entertaining place where your child will want to come, play, and interact with our activities. Whether it is our kids games, our kids radio, our character creator, or our interactive questions about God, we want kids to have fun on our site while simultaneously learning about the Bible and growing in their relationship with Jesus.

Theology for Kids: Recommending Some Recent Books for Younger Children

The evangelical market is glutted with books for children, but many of them are about as biblically faithful and theologically reliable as VeggieTales. Thankfully, some fine theology books for children are available. (And they are edifying for adults, too!) We have sorted through recent theology books for younger children and compiled a short list of outstanding books.

Toward a Theology of Children

Ultimately, our objective is not so much to get children “saved” as it is to lead them into truth about their relationship with God. The mission of the church to children is not to try to get them converted from a sense of sin, but to encourage continual acceptance of the grace of God along the way…

Viva

Viva Is helping people work together to keep children at risk safe and healthy, giving them opportunities to learn and allowing them to play an active part in shaping their own futures.

HCD Global Alliance

The HCD Global Alliance is a voluntary group of seminaries, Bible schools, and other Christian academic institutions working together with researchers, trainers, practitioners, and other Christian leaders to create a global movement of academic programs in holistic child development.