Tag: family ministry

Lessons from Philippians on conflict

In teaching students this past month, I am using the book of Philippians to teach students some basic principles of handling conflicting. The metaphor we are using is to fight clean (build a person up) instead of fighting dirty (putting a person down. Students,… Continue Reading “Lessons from Philippians on conflict”

Book Review: Think Orange by Reggie Joiner

“As leaders our primary purpose is not to keep our children in church, but to lead them to be the church.” (p. 217) Think Orange will be the defining work on Children’s Ministry & Family Ministry for quite some time. A significant discussion within… Continue Reading “Book Review: Think Orange by Reggie Joiner”