Games Christians Play

Games Christians Play

By: Sharon Grace Budin What are your favorite games? Are they classics like Monopoly or newer games like Apples to Apples? What do you like about them? As Christian Educators we are always looking for new and fun ways to engage people of all ages in learning Bible...
Faithful Families: Creating Sacred Moments at Home

Faithful Families: Creating Sacred Moments at Home

By: Traci Smith When my oldest son, Clayton, was four months old, he contracted his first cold. The pediatrician said it wasn’t cause for alarm, to monitor him closely, and to bring him back if anything got worse. I spent the whole day worried. I trusted our doctor,...
Toolkits: Resources Your Church Can Use  

Toolkits: Resources Your Church Can Use  

By: Karen DeBoer My church meets in a community center. We sit on folding chairs most often arranged in a semi-circle but occasionally placed around tables so that we can talk and pray together during worship. We have more babies and toddlers than floor space in the...
Peace Puzzles 

Peace Puzzles 

By: Catherine Devins The idea for Peace Puzzles was born a few years ago, when Gwen Whiteman and I were on our way home from a regional APCE workshop. As a winding road out of the Blue Ridge Mountains led us home to Raleigh, NC, our conversation turned to resources...
Even a Little Card Game

Even a Little Card Game

By: Jason Brian Santos Imagine for a moment that you’re standing in the expo hall of the 2016 Presbyterian Youth Triennium, an event that boasts an attendance of close to 5,000 teenagers from all over the country. The atmosphere is charged with the drone of several...
Illustrated Children’s Ministry

Illustrated Children’s Ministry

By: Adam Walker Cleaveland I have a confession to make. I never really liked children’s ministry. And I hated children’s sermons. Now, as the founder of Illustrated Children’s Ministry, that sounds a little odd. But let me explain. First of all, when I say I...