Thursday, June 28, 2012

Surf's Up! Children's Ministry Resources Around the Web . . . and!

logoIf you are looking for a site where you can find posts with information to help you understand children's ministry better, take a few minutes to check out "Joe McAlpine is the Children’s Pastor at Cornerstone Church in Midwest City, OK. In 2009 he created, a website dedicated to helping leaders in next generation ministry grow spiritually, relationally and organizationally. He is also the co-founder of the Re:New Children’s Ministry Gathering, and a member of the Board of Directors for the American Children’s Ministers AssociationJoe has a passion to help young leaders of next generation, family based ministries grow into seasoned ministry professionals of tomorrow. Joe lives out his passion for next generation leaders by tapping into his experience as a husband of one, father of four, pastor and life long lover of of learning." You'll find information on ministry, leadership, resources and more on Joe's site and are sure to appreciate how he gets right to the point in his posts . . . they just make a lot of sense! Thank you Joe for providing this resource to help us understand children's ministry better . . . it does!

samluce.comAnother blog most definitely worth checking out is Sam Luce is "the children's pastor at Redeemer Church in Utica, NY, for the past 14 years. This is his personal blog and it is focused on leadership, children's ministry and creativity. Sam writes about things he is passionate about - becoming a better leader, ministering to kids, technology, humorous anything and being the best dad and husband he cam be. Through each blog post is is his goal to be to each of you what he wishes he had when he was starting out in ministry. He desires to help you grow as a leader and avoid some of the mistakes he made along the way." You'll find challenging and encouraging blog posts, an archive of past blog posts, resources and free Bible lessons on Sam's site, so take some time to check it out - you'll be glad you did! Thank you Sam for taking the time to provide these resources!

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