21 Tools to Teach Kids

Helping parents and teachers find ways to connect kids with Jesus in an increasingly chaotic world

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I wrote this book for you if…..

? You are a Christian parent that wants to raise your children to love and follow Jesus.
? You are a Christian school or church teacher looking for new creative ways to teach your students to love Jesus.
? You are a children’s ministry leader looking for inspiration and ideas as you plan new, exciting ways to guide kids to live for Jesus.

You’ve probably noticed that the world around us is getting more chaotic every day. Kids are distracted by hundreds of sights and sounds that surround them. The secular culture we’re living in continually demands the attention of our children and students. What can we do?

I’ve been working in children’s ministries for almost 30 years. Sometimes we get in a rut and we feel like we’ve hit a wall. Sometimes we feel like our creative batteries need recharging. This book is a collection of my best ideas, suggestions, tips, tools, and inspiration for teaching kids about Jesus. I truly hope that what I’ve learned can be a blessing for you and the children you minister to!

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