Welcome to the wonderful world of Life In Christ Children's Ministry. Here at Life in Christ we take children and ministering to them very seriously! We know that children are the church of tomorrow as well as the church of today. The Word of God tells us that in the last days God will pour out His spirit on all flesh, and that sons and daughters will dream dreams and prophesy.


This is being fulfilled now! In Proverbs 22:6 the Bible says to “Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it.” I truly believe that if you train up a child when they are young in the ways of God, you will not have to train them in the basics of Christianity when they are adults. That is what Life in Christ is all about, training children now for a lifetime of service.


Our Structure


Our classrooms are divided into the following age groups:


Baby Bumpers (Newborn - 24 months)




    Lil' Spark Plugs (2yrs. - Kindergarten)




  Ignition Kids (1st Grade - 2nd Grade)




  Route 356 (3rd - 6th Grade)


Our Vision

     Proverbs 22:6 "Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it."

     It is our goal to train the children of Life In Christ Children's Ministry for a lifetime of Christianity, while co-laboring with the parents to equip the children to fulfill the plan of God for their lives: This will be done by teaching the full and complete Word of God, thus, establishing a solid foundation on which to build precept upon precept.


The Head Teacher Method of Teaching

     The curriculum we use in our Children's Ministry is designed to work most effectively with the Head Teacher method of instruction. This plan specifies one head teacher per class with one or two assistants.

     The benefits of such a program are many. Each class is headed by one experienced and capable teacher who is assisted by one or more helpers.

     The Head Teacher teaches the Bible lesson/sermon and assigns the supplementary lesson parts to the assistants (i.e., object lesson, praise and worship, memory verse, preparing and serving snacks, or anything else as instructed by the Head Teacher).

     Few teachers can do everything well, and so the Head Teacher method is an excellent way of allowing teachers and assistants to specialize in puppets, flannel graphs, music, object lessons, or whatever specific area they are gifted in.

     In this method of teaching, distractions are handled by assistants while the teacher remains free to teach. Children who need counsel or correction can easily be dealt with by the person not teaching at the moment.

     This plan is an excellent way of introducing new teachers into Children's Ministry. Newcomers are often overcome by having to learn all teaching skills immediately. With the Head Teacher method the new teacher/assistant can step into teaching gradually while observing more experienced teachers.

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