St. Patrick’s Day

Event Evaluation

Easter celebrations are behind us and summer planning is in full swing. Many of these events happen yearly (like vacations, field trips, Vacation Bible School, camp, etc.). This post explains how to save yourself a lot of trouble the next… Continue reading

Fun Makes It Stick

How can you make your lesson fun? Kids and fun go together like peanut butter and jelly (or peas and carrots if you’re allergic to peanuts). If you want to connect with kids, you’ve got to play a little.… Continue reading

3 Steps for Effectively Teaching Children

Churches all over are in full swing planning their summer programs for children. One of my favorites is Vacation Bible School (VBS). I was called to the ministry at VBS, so maybe my bias is understandable. (Read this post to… Continue reading

How to Write Your Own Irish Blessing

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Have you ever heard an Irish blessing? You can write one too. Continue reading

Walkin’ Weekend: How to Teach Like St. Patrick

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James 1:22 says, “ Do what God’s teaching says; don’t just listen and do nothing. When you only sit and listen, you are fooling yourselves.” Each Friday we’ll look at one way your family… Continue reading

Worldview: Which Rainbow Are You Chasing?

Irish legend has it that you’ll find a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Not everyone chases rainbows, but we all chase something. How would you define success? Continue reading

Big Word Breakdown: What Does “Trinity” Mean?

The legend says that St. Patrick used the shamrock to teach people in Ireland about the trinity. What exactly is the trinity and how would a shamrock help? Continue reading



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