Posted by: Jonathan Stepp | December 16, 2008

Teaching Children the Gospel

The Father has adopted humanity as his children through his Son Jesus Christ and we all need to know this truth about ourselves – kids included!

It’s always a challenge to find good, Christ-centered children’s curricula for youth ministry and Sunday school, but it’s especially challenging when trying to teach kids the truth of how Jesus is the union of the Divine Trinity with humanity.

Over at The Adopted Life we’ve started posting some children’s curriculum material that I’ve used in my congregations in Nashville and Murfreesboro, TN. We’re hoping to add new material each month.

If you’re interested in children’s ministry from a Christ-centered, Trinitarian perspective you should check it out.

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Responses

  1. Jonathan,

    Thanks for including the kids in your teaching about Jesus and the love and life he shares with us all.

    I love how you’ve put these lessons together–both kid-friendly and theologically rich!

    May I post these lessons on the WCG Generations Ministries website?

    Christmas blessings,
    Ted

  2. Yes! Hopefully they will be of help to others.

  3. These lessons are great! Thanks so much for sharing these. Can’t wait to use them!

  4. Thanks! Let me know if you have any suggestions for how to improve them


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