Mission Friends leaders

Linking with Parents

Preschoolers playing instruments

Connect with the parents of your Mission Friends by periodically asking parents to volunteer in your Mission Friends classroom. This gives parents the opportunity to be involved in what their preschoolers are learning at church. Most parents would jump at the chance to help.

Reaching Parents: Linking with the Unchurched

Reaching Parents

“It’s a soaking not a sprinkling,” remarked a preschool and children’s ministry friend. We were sharing some ministry ideas and began speaking about reaching out to the unchurched families of preschoolers in our ministry. This comment stuck in my head for days.

Let’s All Work Together!

Child at Blackboard - How to Work Together

In the early childhood years, foundations are laid for salvation, making it essential that churches provide a well-balanced ministry for preschoolers and children.

6 Ways to Navigate Your Preschoolers’ “No” and “Mine” Stage

Two-year-old Emma puts down a stacking toy and turns around to pick up a foam ball. When Nathan picks up the stacking toy a minute later, Emma grabs it back and says defiantly, “Mine!”

Mission Friends at Home Has a New . . . Home

“Mission Friends at Home” has moved to a magazine near you!

You’ll no longer have to subscribe to an additional resource to get the “Mission Friends at Home” content you love to send home with your preschoolers.

Summer Camp 2019 - Day 3

Camper’s Choice

At camp, there are times when campers get to choose a project to work on during the week. These times are known as “Camper’s Choice.” Some of the choices include ministry projects they can do to help others.

 

Summer Camp 2019 Welcome - Day 1

Welcome to Summer Camp for Mission Friends Teachers 2019!

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