Resources for Parents and Kids Kidstown

Milestones

We believe in celebrating and taking time to create special moments in your child's life, similar to what many of our Biblical characters did to remember moments when God did something special in their lives.  Some of these moments are: Child Dedication and First Grade Bible Dedication (check with your Children's Director for additional info at your specific campus).

Our Sunday curriculum comes from the ReThink Group. Check out the websites below for material for both parents and kids that will enhance the curriculum and provides great family devotional material.  Links are updated monthly. For more information, contact Patti Quigley: .

For Kids:

Studio 252: Fun to Do, Fun to Watch, Fun to Read! An online Website available just for you!  Remember and apply what you're learning and fun at the same time.

God Time Cards - Weekly Children's Devotional (What is a God Time Card)

Dec 02:      K/1st      2nd/3rd      4th/5th Preteen
Dec 09:      K/1st      2nd/3rd      4th/5th Preteen
Dec 16:      K/1st      2nd/3rd      4th/5th Preteen
Dec 23:      K/1st      2nd/3rd      4th/5th Preteen
Dec 30:      K/1st      2nd/3rd      4th/5th Preteen

* Coming Soon* 
Jan 06:    K/1st      2nd/3rd      4th/5th Preteen
Jan 13:    K/1st      2nd/3rd      4th/5th Preteen
Jan 20:    K/1st      2nd/3rd      4th/5th Preteen
Jan 27:    K/1st      2nd/3rd      4th/5th Preteen

For Parents

Monthly Devotionals

Parent Cue Blog and Parent Cue Live: Parent Cue Blog and Live helps parents and church leaders understand how, by combining their influences, they can accomplish more for the spiritual well-being of a child than either could individually. See our monthly devotionals for each age group:

Parent Cue - Monthly Devotional and Discussion Questions (updated monthly)
What is a Parent Cue
 Parent Cue Toddler/PreschoolParent Cue Elementary | Parent Cue Preteen 

Parents' Guide to teaching your children to live Generously: Parents, download our helpful guide (PDF) to talking with your kids about giving, generosity, and money.

RECOMMENDED Reading

Parenting in the Pew

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“Parents are the best people to teach their children what it means to worship God.” Robbie Castleman

Parenting in the Pew is an introduction to the "why" and "how" of families worshiping together. This book is recommended by Ruthie Seiders, Pastor of Next Generation Ministries.