CategoryDiscipleship

Spooked by Halloween?

Churches from Latin America to Australia have been running ‘Light Parties’, an alternative to Halloween. An outreach event for the community, Light Parties aim to share Jesus – the light of the world, with fun

Children and Teens in Leadership

Here are two stories from Africa on what happens when we give children and teens the opportunity to serve and lead others. Children Who Lead Can children lead other children and be one of God’s

Messengers of Hope in Uganda

Chess is Life “Chess is life and life is chess”. This is just one of many statements you’ll hear from those who are part of the five SOM (Sports Outreach Ministries) Chess academies in Kampala,

Global CHILDREN’S Forum

For nine years Global Children’s’ Forum (GCF) has been creating, developing and releasing new ways of helping children’s ministry leaders around the world engage with children in their communities to share the gospel. There are

Equiping Children to Understand the Bible

What are the foundations that help us equip children to understand the Bible. Here are several different resources that help you explore this vital subject. Bible synopsis – how to teach the whole Bible narrative This

Leaving a Godly Heritage

What does leaving a Godly heritage look like? What does it mean ‘to leave a Godly heritage?’ Heritage can relate to many things, but for our purpose we will use the Oxford Dictionary definition which in

The Importance of Generational Connections

  ‘Intergenerational’ seems to be the buzz word of the moment.  There are large international research programmes in the secular world devoted to intergenerational issues and there’s even a dedicated journal of intergenerational relationships.  It