CMAlliance Kids

At the Alliance we’re passionate about people and reaching them with the love of Jesus — and kids are some of God’s most precious people. Why is it important to reach kids?

We’ve known for a number of years that statistically speaking people are most receptive to the gospel as children. By the age of 5 a child’s lifelong concept of God has been formed. That’s right, 5. And before the age of 12 they are at their most receptive to God. The window of opportunity to reach kids is now. Read on for some of the latest articles and information designed to expand your reach as a KidMin leader.

Recent KidMin Articles

  • Don’t Take Yourself So Seriously

    I’ve been guilty of it so many times, thinking I’m in charge of my event. Thinking if I’m not there then there is no possible way the show can go on. I’ve lived with fear gripping my heart that I haven’t done enough or I haven’t done well enough or I just haven’t done “it” […]

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  • The Bible and Crocheted Sea Urchins

    I recently showed a friend of mine a photo taken at a new art installation in Boston. The work is a series of super-sized sea urchins crocheted from white double-braided polyester chord. Each urchin weighs about 200 pounds and spans over 50 feet across. My friend is a bit of an “extreme” crochet-er herself, so […]

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  • How to Use the News to Teach Kids about Eternity

    The news these days is surreal: captives being led to slaughter by evil hidden in black masks. Bombs going off. Cars driving into crowds of people. Evil lurks. Christians in the Middle East and around the world are under immense pressure and suffering. The cross still costs. Here in the United States we see the […]

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  • Leading in Weariness

    I don’t know about you, but I find myself tired and weary this spring. Easter is over, the trees and flowers are coming alive, and yet I feel like the struggling hydrangea plant in my backyard—more dry twigs than new growth. I’m not a gardener at all, but I find myself wondering if I was […]

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