Children's Ministry: Spiritual Formation for Kids

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Many of us don't learn about the spiritual disciplines until we hit our twenties and thirties. What if we started sooner, giving the children in our churches more opportunities for spiritual formation?

This collection of articles will give you more perspective on the potential of spiritual disciplines and some ideas for implementing them into your children's ministry. NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this 23-page resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.

Table of Contents:

Introduction: From Flannelgraph to Formation
By Kelli B. Trujillo

The Making of the Christian
Richard J. Foster and Dallas Willard on the difference between discipleship and spiritual formation.
Interview by Agnieszka Tennant

Asking the Right Question
A conversation with Habits of a Child?s Heart co-author Valerie E. Hess.
Interview by Kelli B. Trujillo

Contemplative Kids
Children may be the people most receptive to quiet, reflective spiritual formation.
By Scottie May

The ABC's of Prayer
Helping children talk to God can be as easy as A-B-C!
By Karen H. Whiting

Kid-Style Service Ideas
Enable kids to practice the discipline of service with these age-appropriate ideas.
By Kelli B. Trujillo

Cultivating a Meditative Heart
Creative ways to introduce the discipline of meditation.
By Valerie E. Hess and Marti Watson Garlett

Creating Spiritual Symbols
Draw attention to the many ways God is working in your child?s life.
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Energy to Praise!
Four ways to help preschoolers worship God through singing, dancing, and shouting for the Lord.
By Victoria Carrington

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