34 Ways Children Can Serve

This article by Tonya W. Heartsill was originally published in the Spring 2010 issue of Missions Leader. It is used here with permission.

Use these 34 ideas to help your children’s group get busy and share the love of Christ with others: 

Addressing Child Sexual Abuse

by Melanie Howard

Productive Partnerships

by Edith Fisher

Special Kids, Special Needs

by Jennifer Smith

Although all children are special, some have unique needs that must be addressed in order to create a positive learning environment. Whether the needs are physical or mental, some simple accommodations can make learning more satisfying for everyone involved.

Leading Children to Fight Hunger

By Stacy Nall

As a child, I often heard this reminder from my well-meaning parents and grandparents: “Clean your plate. There are starving children in China.”

Bullying: What You Need to Know

Written by Melanie Howard

Five Steps in Recruiting Other Leaders

Potential children’s missions leaders can include moms, grandmothers, college students, new church members, missionaries, minister’s wives, and others. Many people don’t serve because they are not asked.

Begin looking for new leaders:

Bible Telling Stories

RA bible telling

Bible Telling is a vital part of Royal Ambassadors!

Here are some great Bible stories for your boys to learn and corresponding certificates to download for recognition of learning each story.

CMD 2016: Save the Date!

Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
CMD 2016 is coming,
What will you do?

#CMD2016 Project Ideas

Children’s Ministry Day is just around the corner (February 13). If you don’t yet have an activity planned for the children of your church, don’t fret. Consider one of these easy-to-incorporate ideas:


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