When we help our children build identity in Christ, we celebrate the wonder of our Creator God who shines in each of us. He loves our children so much more than we could imagine or fathom. When we encourage our children in their Christ-given identity, it gives them a strong foundation for knowing who and whose they are.
We encourage you to watch this webinar, originally hosted by Ministry Spark, to hear more about giving our kids a foundation in the things that are always true about themselves.
What to Expect
In the first 30 minutes of this webinar, our friend and Wonder Ink contributor, Christie Penner Worden, unpacks the Core Values of Wonder Ink. You’ll hear her express how they each help children as they begin to understand and embrace their kingdom identity and the things they have access to in Jesus!
- God knows me. I am known by God.
- Jesus loves me. I am loved by Jesus.
- The Holy Spirit leads me. I am led by the Holy Spirit.
- I am a child of God.
- And because of each of these things, my life can tell of God’s wonder.
We can’t afford to lose our kids. Watch this powerful webinar and discover, or maybe even rediscover, the simple, most powerful truths we can give our kids as they grow and develop a personal relationship with God.
Learn More About Wonder Ink
Then, as you listen, you’ll also hear more about Wonder Ink from contributors Kirsten Hitchcock and Lynne Howard! Our children’s ministry curriculum and digital toolkit embraces the core truths we’ll be walking through. Hear how it will help you empower volunteers, engage families, and inspire children on their faith journey.
Check Out These Helpful Resources!
- Unpacking the Wonder-filled Kaleidoscope Called Identity
- Developing Family Faith Through Life’s Simple, Awkward, and Imperfect Moments
- Making Children’s Faith Formation a Whole-Church Priority
- What If Your Children’s Curriculum is Missing the Point in Your Ministry?
- The Power of Declaring Truth with Kids
- What If We’re Failing Kids at Faith Formation? And How Not To
- Wonder Ink’s Facebook Page
- Technology in the Classroom: Getting Your Volunteers What They Need