Families on Mission

Six Ways to Engage Families in Missions

Helping Others

When families learn about missions, pray for missions, give to missions, and work together to help others, preschoolers will develop an “all in” heart for missions.

Reverse Trick or Treat

Many churches throw open their doors at Halloween with fall festivals to attract new people and create a positive impact on their community. Reverse trick or treating takes church members outside the church walls and into your neighborhood.

Trick or Treat for Missions

Turn Your Home into the Place for Halloween Outreach

Saving to Give

Teaching Your Children about Giving

All missions and ministry have something in common—the use of time and money. And, all of us would like an increase of both resources in our lives! Use the following tips to teach your children how to better use the resources you already have.

Be a Fan

Making Disciples at the Football Stadium

"Mom, Where Is Peru?"

I love conversations with my eight-year-old son, Landon, but I especially enjoy conversations about our faith and sharing our faith with others. He recently claimed Christ as his Savior, so these conversations are increasing.

Being a Missional Family

“Families on Mission” is more than a concept or even a catchphrase.

At least, it should be.

More than Bunnies, Candy, and Eggs

This past Sunday at my church, children of all ages joyfully paraded into the sanctuary, waving palm branches and singing loud hosannas. What a simple act to actively involve kids in a meaningful worship experience!

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