Download this free training plan from CentriKid, where we share the gospel with kids by connecting spiritual applications with activities throughout the camp day.
Summer 2020 at CentriKid Camps, campers will discover what it means to be imitators of Christ. Jesus is the ultimate example that we should follow as Christians and we will be taking a look at scriptures that help us know Jesus and walk as Jesus walked.
Thank you so much for joining us for camp at CentriKid! As we are reminded about our ‘All Access” to God, we want to share the music playlists that you heard and sung this past summer.
Kids use a lot of energy at camp, and their bodies are exhausted. But after they get rest and return to consciousness, we want you to have a plan to ask them all about their camp experience. Don’t settle for one-word answers…ask these questions and look for opportunities to learn more about what your child learned and how they are growing spiritually from the CentriKid experience.
In 2019, CentriKid Camps will partner with missions projects both locally and globally through the North American Mission Board and the International Mission Board. Our missions projects are focused specifically on kids helping kids.
We’ve created a Day Camp Promotion tools post that will guide you through all of our promotional resources, as well as some ideas on how to use those resources to get the word out about camp.
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?