Vicky Bergem

Monday, 11 September 2017 13:16

A Resource Guide to Autism

As children's ministry leaders we want our ministry to be welcoming to all children. We strive to create a safe, fun enviroment where all children can learn about God and build their own relationship with him. A friend, Susan Stroebel shared this with me, Resource Guide to Autism it is designed as a tool kit specifically for friends of families affected by autism. I hAutismope you find it as helpful as I did.

Tuesday, 10 January 2017 15:45

3 New Facebook Groups

facebook imageWe are excited to announce, 3 NEW Facebook Groups.

Check Out:

Exceptional Families - for parents of children with Special Needs. (click Exceptional Families)

Forever Families - for parents who have or want to adopt (click Forever Families)

Kingdom Kids Leaders - for disciples who are coordinating a children's ministries and want to connect with other leaders around the world. (click DTKingdomKids)

We would love to have you join our groups. They are CLOSED groups for Parents and Children's Ministry Leaders within the International Churches of Christ. Please ask your local Evangelist to email us atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. confirming you are a member in good standing and he recommends you as a member of these groups.

Thursday, 01 December 2016 00:48

Family Devotional Videos

OCChurchofChristFamily devotionals can become a very important part of building faith in our family. They help parents and children alike! 

Friday, 08 July 2016 00:44

Families Conference Announced for September 2017

Disciples Today Kingdom Kids Conferences is excited to announce the we are teaming up with the Youth and Family Ministry to present "A Family Conference." Stay tuned for more info!

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Thursday, 07 July 2016 23:36
Friday, 24 June 2016 11:27

Kingdom Kids Workshops at Reach2016

KingdomKids TagjpgCome join us Saturday afternoon at Reach2016 for Kingdom Kids Leaders Workshop for Children's Ministry Leadership, Forever Families and Exceptional Families for Parents.

Tuesday, 10 May 2016 12:51

What is Your Kid's Favorite Devotional Book?

devoIt is not always how much you read, but what you read and how it impacts your heart and daily walk with God.

Saturday, 09 May 2015 01:30

Mobile Children's Ministry

Mobile Church Kids
The Mobile Children’s Ministry

Are you running a children’s ministry out of tubs - loading and unloading your car every week? While it may not be ideal, it is what many churches are doing.

We have tried several things over the years, here are ideas we have found helpful:

  •      Organize, organize, organize – it will make it easier for everyone!
  •       Color code the tubs by age group for easy sorting.
  •       Don’t carry more than you have to. Before teaching, spend some time putting all the supplies into oversize zip-lock bags and label them by the lesson number and week. Then pull out the toys that correlate to your current lesson and perhaps a few extra.
  •      Sort the toys into centers: building toys, creative toys, books, puzzles, this way you can pull out exactly what you need to create several centers.
  •       Keep one tub filled with teacher supplies: crayons, scissors, tissues, tape etc. We have used toolboxes on wheels in the past.
  •       Use colored masking tape to mark out centers on the floor instead of carrying around rugs for older children.
  •       Find folding, kid-sized tables and chairs for younger classes (Walmart), rugs and mats for the infant and toddler classes.
  •       Get assistance from others who are not teaching. They can help unload cars and put up signs.
  •       Flatbed carts from Costco can help with transporting multiple tubs.
  •       Ask the facility if you can keep a storage container onsite. For example, one school we met in allowed us to keep ours in the back of the facility next to their supplies.
  •       Leave thank you notes and gift cards for teachers – if you meet at a school. One teacher emptied out a cupboard in her classroom and allowed us to leave some supplies in it.
  •       Remember that your hard work and planning are helping children learn about God and build relationships with him.

Do you have any great tips for a mobile children’s ministry? Email them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Monday, 27 April 2015 17:12

12 Simple Ways To Appreciate Your Volunteers

Thank-you-logo1.   Send a hand-written note.

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