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Kid’s Club lessons are great for children of all ages! This second lesson about letting our lights “shine” for Jesus will help children understand that everyone can serve God and lead others to Jesus. TARGET AGES: 4-12 SCRIPTURE: Matthew 5:14-16 MAIN…
Kid’s Club lessons are great for children of all ages! This second lesson about letting our lights “shine” for Jesus will help children understand that everyone can serve God and …
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This printable devotion is #4 of the “Kids Can!” devotions (print the instruction page here). Perseverance is hard, especially when circumstances are tough. This devotion explains perseverance and will help children grow through faithful obedience,…
This printable devotion is #4 of the “Kids Can!” devotions (print the instruction page here). Perseverance is hard, especially when circumstances are tough. This devotion explains perse…
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Lesson Title:  David Trusts God Bible Reference: 2 Samuel 5:1-5; Psalm 37 Target Age Group: Preschool Learning Context: Children’s Church Target Time Frame: 1 ½ hour Gospel Connection: David was chosen to be king when he was just a child, but his road to…
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The Easy Solution to Your Volunteer Challenge

When was the last time you had 100 percent turnout to your volunteer training? What about 50 percent? Or even 25 percent? Don’t be discouraged—we’ve all been there! But if your volunteers don’t come to your training, how can you ensure that kids are…
When was the last time you had 100 percent turnout to your volunteer training? What about 50 percent? Or even 25 percent? Don’t be discouraged—we’ve all been there! But if your volunteers don’t com…
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One of the most common questions I hear from new teachers (or those considering serving in children’s ministry) is about classroom management and discipline. How do I keep them all under control? What are the rules? What do I do when someone disobeys?…
One of the most common questions I hear from new teachers (or those considering serving in children’s ministry) is about classroom management and discipline. How do I keep them all under cont…
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Reading the Bible is such a great habit to build into kids. Having them read a little bit of the Bible each day gets God’s Word into their minds and hearts. Proverbs is a great book of the Bible to read in a month, since there are 31 chapters in the book…
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Elijah lived during a time when it was extremely unpopular to worship and obey God. However, Elijah didn’t let peer pressure keep him from delivering God’s message of truth and he experienced God’s protection and blessings because of his obedience.…
Elijah lived during a time when it was extremely unpopular to worship and obey God. However, Elijah didn’t let peer pressure keep him from delivering God’s message of truth and he exper…
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Scripture: Psalm 36:5, 91:4, 2 Thessalonians 3:3, Hebrews 10:23 Bible Lesson Title: God is Faithful Target Age Group: Toddlers, age 18-24 months Original Teaching Context: Toddler Sunday School Main Idea: God is faithful-He always keeps His promises!…
Scripture: Psalm 36:5, 91:4, 2 Thessalonians 3:3, Hebrews 10:23 Bible Lesson Title: God is Faithful Target Age Group: Toddlers, age 18-24 months Original Teaching Context: Toddler Sunday School Mai…
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This is lesson 25 of 33 in a series of lessons called “Praise God Through the Psalms.” These lessons are designed to point children to the fullness of God’s character and lead them to see Him as the One who deserves all praise and worship. These lessons…
This is lesson 25 of 33 in a series of lessons called “Praise God Through the Psalms.” These lessons are designed to point children to the fullness of God’s character and lead them to see Him as th…
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“What is Trust?” is the third devotion of its kind. Click here to see the first devotion on hope, the second devotion on love, and the instruction page. Children are given a scripture to read and a question to answer each day to practice studying God’s…
“What is Trust?” is the third devotion of its kind. Click here to see the first devotion on hope, the second devotion on love, and the instruction page. Children are given a scripture to read…
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This post is very different from any I have previously written. I have been privileged so far to be used by God to write two VBS programs and dozens of Sunday school lessons. My passion, my calling, is to write Christian curriculum. But today I need to…
This post is very different from any I have previously written. I have been privileged so far to be used by God to write two VBS programs and dozens of Sunday school lessons. My passion, my calling…
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Kids love candy – especially this time of year with Halloween coming up fast. Why not sure that to teach kids about God’s Love? Check out this Candy Bars Children’s Church Curriculum from our friends at Children’s Ministry Deals. It’s one of the most…
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Free help for your children's ministry.
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The 100% free website with ideas & resources to help your children's ministry. 

Ministry-To-Children began as a simple blog about kids ministry written by Tony Kummer.

The site has grown and now 500,000 people visit the website each month.They serve in big and little churches all around the world. Some are homeschool parents, while others are Christian school teachers. We often hear from missionary families too!

The best part, we never charge a single penny for the help they find on our pages. It’s all 100% free to download, print, and share. In fact, we have a “please copy” policy for all our content. We want churches, bloggers, homeschoolers and everyone else to freely repurpose or share our materials. No need to ask – use it for God’s glory.

Readers from 200 different countries now frequent this website. Every week more people find help for their ministry. We are one small part of how God is working in the lives of millions of children. As Tony says, “God is doing something really big and we are just excited to serve so many of God’s children.”


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