Children’s Worship

Camp WinShape 2018

The date will forever be etched in my memory: June 28, 2017. On that date, my son’s counselor, Caroline, eagerly pulled me aside at camper pick-up to share with me that my son had “something really special to share with me.” In his sweet, six-year-old way, he tried to explain that at camp that day,…

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It Only Takes a Spark

This month, I had the opportunity to chaperone the SCREAM retreat. (Students Celebrating and Rejoicing Enthusiastically in the Almighty Messiah). We took eighty five 4th- and 5th-grade students into the North Georgia Mountains to enjoy a weekend of worship, fellowship, and a whole lot of fun. Voluntarily signing up to chaperone a trip like this…

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Coming January 7, 2018…

KIDCITY – New for Kids K-5th Grade Sundays, beginning January 7 | 9:30 & 11am | Fellowship Hall At KidCity, children experience Christ’s love in the relationships formed with caring adults and leaders, community groups of peers, and hands-on application of God’s word and principles presented in the Bible. Mt. Bethel Children’s Ministry is excited to…

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I Want to Be the One

“Why did the others forget to say thank you when someone did something nice for them?” The innocence of the question, posed by a kindergartener one recent Sunday morning, struck me the most. It’s as simple as that, right? Say “thank you!” How is it that so many times we forget? We have been talking…

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Children Learning the Power of Prayer

In July, the kids in Children’s Worship have been learning to PUSH – Pray Until Something Happens. This past Sunday, they learned how to pray for our missionaries’ safety, families, and ministries. As Ms. Brittany had the kids partner up back-to-back on the floor with arms linked and push into each other to stand together,…

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Parent Guide: June 2016

The theme for June is Faith. June 2016 in Children’s Worship (Kids Quest and the Place Of Discipleship) Summer is one of those times of the year when you hope to escape your normal day-to-day and head off on a family vacation. Perhaps you have a passport and hope to fill it with stamps and visas from…

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Parent Guide: May 2016

The theme for May is Contentment. May 2016 in Children’s Worship (Kids Quest and the Place Of Discipleship) Do you ever notice that you define yourself by specific things or circumstances that show up in your life? Maybe it’s like there’s this box you carry around with everything that defines you: your stuff, your work, your…

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Parent Guide: April 2016

The theme for April is Perseverence. April 2016 in Children’s Worship (Kids Quest and the Place Of Discipleship) Have you ever run a marathon or some long distance race of some sort? You put in weeks, even months, of training your body and building the stamina needed to run 26.2 miles. You race. You may not…

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