by Linda Weddle Hmm … what? Well, the famous 19th-century English novelist was a rector’s daughter. Her dad supplemented his income by tutoring young boys, so she probably knew a thing or two about curriculum. But even if Jane didn’t understand scope and sequence, we do know she was familiar with the curricle. The two-wheeled […]
by Brian Dollar As I travel around the country, speaking to kids’ pastors and volunteers, I hear some of them say, “My senior pastor doesn’t get me,” “I’d love to do some big things for our kids’ ministry, but my pastor doesn’t share my vision,” or “If it weren’t for my senior pastor, I’d love
By Dienna Goscha As a children’s pastor, I realized that I was becoming insulated from the community. All of my work was taking place within the church. How was I to be the salt of the earth and light to the world if I lived in a cocoon built inside the walls of the church?