Reasons for busyness vary from family to family, but one reason is we don’t want to miss out on anything.
Faith questions are and should be asked as teens start to make faith their own.
It takes a delicate balance to identify what helps children to worship and what disrupts worship.
Our church has a lot of programs for children and teens but nothing for those of us who are retirement age. I feel as if I don’t count. Shouldn’t the church have things for us too?
My daughter and her husband attend a church that offers only Sunday school and not children’s worship. Our congregation has had both for years. What are my grandchildren missing?
Our church leadership is talking about faith milestones. What are they, and why should we be interested?
It is a mistake to assume that just because a lesson is for young children it can be theologically neutral.
Teaching children with different degrees of Bible knowledge is a challenge for teachers in church education and in day schools.
Children this age are exciting but also challenging and tiring.
In their efforts to create meaningful worship services, worship planners sometimes overlook the needs of children.