Do your children like charm bracelets?
Today, we are taking a look at the enamel charms salvation bracelet from Let The Little Children Come. They’ve taken the original salvation bracelet and changed the design to the charm bracelets style. Take a look at the item description:
“The Enamel Charms Salvation Bracelet is an elegant and attractive accessory that you can wear on your wrist wherever you go. Based on the same colors as the popular Wordless Book, this bracelet gives you the perfect opportunity to share the gospel of salvation with children.
Adjustable to fit children and most adults, the Enamel Charms Salvation Bracelet can be conveniently handed out as gifts since each one is individually packaged with a simple explanation of the gospel message.”
When you were younger, or when your kids were younger, you may have seen a salvation bracelet.
Recently, our friends at Let The Little Children Come have created a paracord salvation bracelet, which is designed for older kids and youth. Here’s a short description of this item:
“The Paracord Salvation Bracelet is a simple accessory that you can wear on your wrist wherever you go. Based on the same colors as the popular Wordless Book, this bracelet gives you the perfect opportunity to share the gospel of salvation with children.
The Medium Paracord Salvation Bracelet is specially sized for older children and youths, and can be conveniently handed out as gifts since each one is individually packaged with a simple explanation of the gospel message.”
Are you looking for an easy, visual way to share the gospel?
Our friends from Let the Little Children Come created these wordless books in order to help children share the gospel with their friends. Here’s a short description of the useful wordless book:
“First used by Charles Spurgeon in 1866, the Wordless Book has become a very popular tool used all over the world to present the gospel to children. This all-time classic book of colored pages is not only extremely easy to use, it’s also very effective in communicating the message of salvation through Jesus Christ.”
Here are instructions for using the wordless book:
I love creative ways to tell the Christmas story to children. This Christmas tract from Let The Little Children Come is a great way to share the gospel message with children. Check out the description for these fun Christmas tracts for kids:
“This Christmas tract tells the biblical story of Jesus’ birth. With captivating animations throughout the tract, you will have a fully attentive audience. The true story of Christmas is that God sent his Son, Jesus, to be born on earth because he loves us very much and wants to be with us forever!”
Curious what other people think? Here is a product review from the store website:
“I ordered these tracts for our Sunday morning small groups. They are a fantastic hands on way for the children to interact with the story. They couldn’t wait to show their parents and older siblings. Even the parents loved them and wanted to know if we had any extras. Highly recommend!” –Kim
Here’s a video that will walk you through this Christmas tract in action:
Are you looking for an easy, visual way to share the gospel? Our friends from Let the Little Children Come created these wordless bracelets in order to help children share the gospel with their friends. Here’s a description of this useful salvation bracelet:
“Based on the same colors as the popular Wordless Book, this Wordless Bracelet craft gives you the perfect opportunity to share the gospel of salvation with children.
When Jesus taught his first disciples, he used things they were familiar with, like sheep, fish and bread. We can follow in Jesus’ footsteps by using this Wordless Bracelet Kit to share the gospel message while assembling the bracelets together with the children.
These Salvation Bracelets puts the gospel message in the hands of children and equips them to share the message of salvation with their friends.”
Most people give out free candy either on Halloween or at their church’s Fall Festival. If you’re looking to give away something with a little more purpose this year, then you may want to check out these special halloween tracts from Let the Little Children Come. Check out the description of these fun evangelism tracts for kids:
“Give out more than just candy this Halloween! This attractive pumpkin shaped Box-Tract is designed to contain children’s favorite candies. More importantly, the pumpkin opens up to answer the question, “Is There Anything Better Than Candy?” Yes, there is something much, much better than candy. It’s being God’s friend!”
Curious what other people think? Here are a few Halloween Tract reviews from the store website:
One of the biggest needs in the church today is parent ministry. How can we equip parents to be better spiritual disciplers of their children?
Most parents do not feel adequate enough to disciple their kids and most of this inadequacy comes from a lack of training. As one parent once told me, “I’m just not sure how to disciple my kids.” Or, the problem is that parents do not feel equipped to evaluate discipleship resources for their families, so they end up not using any of these helpful resources at all.
Are you in a similar situation at your church? Many churches want to help parents, but they don’t know where to start. Or some churches just need a few ideas to guide them to the next step in their ministry to parents. Either way, it will be helpful to take a look at these 5 ways to equip parents in your church:
Have you ever wished that there was more time in the day, or that you could find ways to increase your personal productivity to another level?
In ministry, there is never enough time to get everything done. However, there’s plenty of time to do the work that God has for us. As stewards of our time, we can honor God when we find ways to be productive when working. With this in mind, I am always looking at how I can increase my own ministry productivity, so after trying many different methods over the years, here are 18 tips for how to maximize your productivity in ministry:
Every year, I create a list of my favorite apps that I’ve used in ministry and business. This year, I’ve added some of my favorite apps yet!
Trying out apps can be time consuming, so I’ve done the research for you in order to share these 15 great apps for ministry leaders:
Evernote: This app tops the list because it is incredibly useful. The ability to take notes, make recordings, jot down ideas, and other functions is invaluable, and the search engine is a great way to find documents quickly. You can access your files in Evernote from your smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop, etc. The basic version is free, so try it out! Here are a few ideas from Michael Hyatt on ways to utilize Evernote.
Insightly: This is one of my new favorite apps. I use this app for networking, specifically to keep track of my conversations with people in my ministry, ministry leaders in my field, etc. I simply create a contact, add any contact info, then add a note each time I have a conversation worth summarizing briefly for future recollection. Plus, if I want to follow up with someone at a later time, I can create a task and schedule it to remind me about the task via email at a certain day and time. Definitely worth checking out.
Is Pokémon Go safe for kids? That’s the question on the minds of numerous parents and ministry leaders. To be honest, there are multiple factors involved here on both sides of the argument.
First, if you don’t completely understand the concept of the game, take a look at the article What is Pokémon Go? Also, I won’t be addressing whether or not Pokémon is inherently good or bad, as you can probably do a quick internet search and find articles on the topic. I just want to address this most recent phenomenon and its effect on our kids.
Ready? Let’s take a look at both the positive and negative elements of the game: