Tagged: child evangelism

Sharing Jesus without Leaving the Subdivision

Editor’s note: This article appeared in CTA’s Grab N’ Go newsletter a few weeks ago. We didn’t want Sunday school teachers, Awana leaders, or catechists to miss the ideas, so we are reprinting it here. Let us know what you think. (And be sure to share your helpful ideas with us so we can pass…

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Using Your Fall Festival to Share the Gospel? — Here are the ABCs!

If you want to reach the community in a nonthreatening way, if you want to provide a place where children can experience the love and safety of Jesus in troubled and dangerous times, then by all means plan a fall festival! Here’s what one CTA customer says about that: I believe God will use this…

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Will Your Church S.H.I.N.E. This Fall? — Reach kids and families in your commmunity

“Location, location, location!” These are the three most important factors in real estate, but churches know how to use location to their advantage in ministry, too. Here are two examples. Members of United Methodist Church in Greenville, Kentucky, have turned their location into a huge asset for drawing families to their fall festival event. The…

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Timely Tips for a Great Fall Festival

Editor’s Note: Have you begun planning for this year’s Fall Festival? Looking for a few new ideas to spice up your event? Here’s a collection of the best ideas gleaned from Gail Marsh’s popular Timely Tips column in CTA’s Grab N’ Go newsletter. Enjoy! (And be sure to let us know if you think of…

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Fall FestivalIt’s not too early to start planning!

For over a decade, Fall Festivals have been gathering momentum in churches large and small. How do we know the idea is gathering steam? For one thing, we watch our mail. We regularly receive customer comments focused on the resources we provide and the products we offer to help customers optimize Fall Festival as an…

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The Story of Salvation — Sharing Jesus with kids who don’t know him

Editor’s note: Maybe you teach in a Christian school and will welcome new students to your class who have never heard about Jesus. Maybe you teach in a midweek class or Sunday morning children’s ministry in which many visitors attend. Maybe your regular students need a review of salvation’s basics. Whatever the case, this Ministry…

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Sharing the Salvation Story–a free devotion to encourage children’s witness

Editor’s note: In many churches, leaders take advantage of the month of January to follow-up on visitors from the worship services and special events that happened during Christmas. It’s always good to get everyone involved in this—especially, children. This devotion was written to accompany the many new witnessing products CTA has recently made available, especially…

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Help Kids Share Jesus’ Love in the New School Year!

Are you a children’s pastor, DRE, or DCE looking for ways to share the “old, old story” of Jesus and his love–but in new, new ways? Over the past few months, CTA has added a number of new children’s products designed to do just that. Each set of silly bands, silly rings, and silicone braceletscomes with…

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God Lights My Way–A free children’s devotion for the new school year

Introduction Did you ever get up at night in the dark? If you don’t turn on a light, you might stub your toe! Has anyone here done that? (Let volunteers answer.) What can we do to avoid it? Yes, we might use a flashlight or turn on the lamp beside our bed. But sometimes, when…

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Sharing the Salvation Story—A free devotion for children

Getting Started This devotion suggests that you read several Bible passages. Find and mark these passages ahead of time: Romans 3:23; James 2:10; Romans 5:8; 1 John 2:12; 1 Corinthians 12:3; John 14:27; Psalm 1:3; 2 Peter 3:18; Matthew 5:14, 16; 1 John 4:16. Introduction Do you know what it means to share the salvation…

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