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Save the Date for Lead Retreat

2023-05-13T14:52:07+00:00May 9th, 2023|Blog, Children's Ministry|

Save the Date for LEAD Retreat At CDM, we love connecting people to people and people to resources.  My favorite time to do this is at our annual children’s ministry retreat. One quote that was shared with a children’s ministry team member after this year’s retreat was, “It’s the one place [...]

Honest Grief and Hopeful Joy

2023-04-03T19:12:40+00:00April 3rd, 2023|Blog, Children's Ministry|

Honest Grief and Hopeful Joy It’s been one week since the tragedy at Covenant School in Nashville. The grief is still fresh, and we all feel deeply for each family impacted. Worship felt a little sweeter yesterday, and Holy Week will have special meaning as we remember the six lives taken [...]

Reflecting on Summer Ministry

2023-03-24T16:48:03+00:00September 12th, 2022|Blog, Children's Ministry|

Reflecting on Summer Ministry The transition time between the summer season and an academic season of ministry is often an overlooked opportunity. Sustaining summer ministry requires a good amount of effort, as does being ready for the fresh new season of ministry that comes with the beginning of the school year. These [...]

Hopefully Devoted to Jesus

2023-03-24T16:48:30+00:00February 7th, 2023|Blog, Children's Ministry|

Hopefully Devoted to Jesus During much of my early adolescence, I was absolutely infatuated with Olivia Newton-John—for her Aussie accent as well as her music. It all began with the movie Grease, and one of her many hit songs from that musical: “Hopelessly Devoted to You.” In my foolish pre-teen mind, this song [...]

Home and Church Resources for Easter

2023-03-24T16:48:52+00:00March 7th, 2023|Blog, Children's Ministry|

Home and Church Resources for Easter Holidays are one of the best times for us to connect home and church as we partner in the discipleship of children. Easter is coming quickly as evidenced by the amount of candy, baskets, bunnies, and eggs we see in stores! Our families aren’t going to [...]

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