Thursday, June 21, 2012

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

DanscottblogAs you check out websites and blogs this week, be absolutely certain  to make a stop at Dan describes himself and his blog as follows -   "follower. of Jesus. husband. to Jenna. father.  kids. of Liam, Ellison, Addison, & Taye. orange creative. to bring joy. vulnerable. here, there, and everywhere. seriously, ask me anything. lover. of God. of Jenna. of of life. friend. to many of whom i don’t deserve. son. of Gordon and Janet. communicator. through print design. music. written word. spoken wordsupporter.of social justice. of environment. of community. pastor. teacher. artist." Dan writes his "thoughts on life, leadership and a whole lot of kidmin" and is absolutely well worth making his blog a daily stop on your must-read list! Thanks Dan for writing creatively about the things we need to stop and think about when it comes to kidmin!

itodd is a blog written by Todd McKeever - he serves at Sheffield Family Life Center in Kansas City, Missouri. Todd oversees a growing children's ministry, SFLCKids, and gets to see hundreds of kids each Sunday coming in to have a real experience with the life changing Savior - Jesus! Todd has an ever growing heart to live L.I.F.E. abundantly in Christ - he wants to live it out loud with one another in our community, our city,our nation and to our world. Todd has been a full-time children's pastor for 17+ years and is privileged to be part of KidologyKids Quest USA and Character Connex. Check Todd's blog regularly as you will find posts sure to challenge you and get you thinking! I especially appreciated his post, "WOW Can Come In Little Ways!"  Thank you Todd for this resource!


  1. WOW can come from being mentioned in someone elses blog post.

    I want to say thanks so much for the kind mention. I read this and all I thought was, WOW!!

    Thanks again!

  2. Todd, you are most sincerely welcome - thank you for providing a solid resouce to challenge us and get us thinking! :-)