We are very excited to announce our CentriKid Camp Directors and Assistant Directors for summer 2019. They can’t wait to serve your church group this summer!
Next summer the CentriKid Camps theme is “All Access” and our key verse is John 17:3. “This is eternal life: that they may know You, the only true God, and the One You have sent-Jesus Christ.”
This FREE training session is designed to help a kids ministry leader train parents, volunteers, and other workers to be ready for intentional gospel-centered conversations with kids. This is the same materials and plan that we use to train CentriKid staffers to share the gospel with kids at camp.
Sharing the Gospel with kids is something we are very intentional about at CentriKid Camps. We’ve used this poster in Bible Study as a visual aid to help communicate the Gospel with kids clearly. Get this FREE download and use as a visual aid for your kids ministry classrooms or large group setting.
Children are typically concrete thinkers, so give them practical examples, tell them the origin of sin, and share the gospel in an age appropriate way.
Grace is a word that we use a lot. We talk about God’s grace and how thankful we are for it, but are the kids we see every day, every week understanding what grace really means?
Few things are more important than spending time alone with God reading the Bible and praying each day. This is how we learn more about God, grow closer to Him, and strengthen our faith and understanding of Him. Explaining quiet time to kids is important; they need to know why we do it.
Talking with kids about the Holy Spirit can be challenging, so many church leaders avoid it as much as they can. One summer at CentriKid Camps, we felt it was important to give kids age-appropriate lessons with some tangible object lessons so they could grow in their understanding of the Holy Spirit.
God’s love and God’s justice are two sides of the same coin. Teaching on one without the other is incomplete. Helping kids understand God’s justice will also help them to have a deeper appreciation for God’s love and grace, and it will help them to have a fuller, more well-rounded understanding of the gospel.
Kids and baptism often spells confusion, and it requires careful explanation. Here are answers to some baptism basics: What does baptism mean and why do we do it? Who can perform baptisms? How do you make baptism significant for kids and help them understand what it’s all about?