Resources and Ideas for
Your Children's Ministry
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With The Christmas Jubilee early childhood and elementary kids get to see into Jesus’ family tree through 5 weeks of lessons, a family event, and more!
Inclusive ministry shows that no matter a child’s ability, they deserve to know how loved and valued they are by their Creator in heaven, and by you.
There is no doubt that we are able to see kids and families grow in faith because of the amazing leaders we have in children’s ministry.
Captivate kids and families with The Christmas Jubilee—a Wonder Ink children’s ministry curriculum and event!
Hear from Wonder Ink users on how the curriculum is impacting their children’s ministry as they share Jesus with Gen Alpha.
When you connect your kids to Scripture you help them see themselves as God sees them: infinitely valuable, desperately loved, and entirely welcome.
This lesson preview is pulled from the 5-lesson Christmas Series from Wonder Ink. It can be used in large group/small group and in classrooms.
This series explores five Old Testament stories of people who wander from God—every time, God invites His people to think again. And every time, He is faithful.
To be known and loved—that’s just golden. In your children’s ministry, you’re uniquely positioned to help kids feel known and loved.
Do the volunteers that serve alongside you in ministry each week know that Jesus is enough for them?
Children’s ministry is not just for Sunday. It’s our desire to make it easy for children’s ministry leaders to partner with parents and families all week long.
Kids stand out as the best wonderers of all. We should encourage their wonder as we journey with them to trust in our big, amazing God!
The simple reality is we were all created for wonder. God designed us with wonder, and our wonder is what draws us to Him.
This space with our kids is sacred space and we should treat it as such—making space for our holy God to invite us to holy ground to be transformed by Him.
In person, hands-on discipleship is so important, as relationship is important. But could there be more connection through technology?
When we come together in unity as believers, God’s light shines so bright that the whole world can know that He is who He says He is.
God’s creation of family as a reflection of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit gives a more complete picture of God as one who delights in His children.
This series affirms God’s role in spiritual formation. As we allow the Holy Spirit to work in us, He is faithful to help us with His command to be like Jesus.
Children are the church of today. Just as we are. The ministry work that takes place in children’s ministry—it’s all important.
When purchasing children’s ministry curriculum, whether for Sunday school, midweek, large group or small group—consider these 6 things!
As followers of Jesus, we are given a forever friend in the Holy Spirit. Be encouraged today. You are not alone.
We need to go together on the journey of discipleship with each other, for the sake of the spiritual formation of this generation of kids.
In worship response, it’s our job to set the table and invite kids to respond as they experience God as He moves.
Your volunteers are image bearers who are made to be known, loved, and led by God. Here are 4 ways to engage God’s wonder with your team.
Kids are great at wondering. At being amazed. At being curious. Let’s encourage them and support families as they wonder in God’s truth!
In 2023, every child (and parent) in your ministry was born into a technologically-connected, digital world. The good news: screen time can be God time.
Before the first child peeks into your classroom or races over to you for a hug this week, pause and give the Holy Spirit full access to your heart, your mind, your soul.
There is no such thing as a junior-sized version of the Holy Spirit for young followers of Jesus. The Holy Spirit is for everyone who believes!
We have been given a precious opportunity to lead the children in our ministries, yet we cannot give away the things that we do not possess.
In this live video, you’ll get tips and ideas for how to teach Wonder Ink in a group of kids of various ages.
Discover how to create a kidmin culture that cultivates wonder-filled conversations and God-led encounters for kids.
During this series, you will lead kids through the story of redemption. The story that reaches into our lives and changes the very core of who we are!
Equipping volunteers with language, discipleship, encouragement, and training is important for the health of our children’s ministries as we lead kids.
God’s amazing story for you is still being written and might look different than what you had imagined.
When we look at bringing the Bible to life for our children, let’s move from why to how as we help them discover they are known, loved, and led by God.
Jesus cares so deeply about matters of the heart in children. After all, He is the one who said to let them come. So, what if we began doing the same?
Watch this video for tips and easy ways to set up technology in your classroom while using Wonder Ink curriculum.
Check out this in-depth video about how you can prepare and customize your lessons as you share them with your volunteers for Sunday.
Learn how to edit lesson content, add slides, and more in this helpful video for using the Wonder Ink lesson builder.
The resource library is where all the images, videos, audio files, and documents are stored in Wonder Ink. Watch this video for more.
Discover how to sign up for Wonder Ink as a church volunteer or staff member in this step-by-step video.
Using the calendar feature, you can delete lessons or drag and drop lessons to any date you wish. Learn more in this video.
In this video, you’ll learn how to add and manage parents and church volunteers on Wonder Ink.
In this video, learn how to sign up for Wonder Ink as a parent and get engaging activities for your family to do at home.
Wonder@Home is filled with activities, conversation starters, worship songs, and games that reinforce what kids learn on Sunday.
Join our team as they walk through how the Wonder Ink scope and sequence reflects our core values as kids find themselves in God’s Big Story.
When it comes down to it, what makes a good children’s curriculum great? Let’s dive into 5 things that make some of the best children’s curriculum.
Connecting and collaborating with others is so helpful, so we want to help you connect and share ideas with other ministry leaders.
In this video, learn how to present a lesson using the Wonder Ink platform.
In this video, we review some features of Wonder Ink, so you can help share the wonder of God’s Big Story with kids.