Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me..."

Matthew 19:14

The phrase “It takes a village to raise a child” means that an entire community of people must provide for and interact positively with children for those children to experience and grow in a safe and healthy environment. At All Peoples Fellowship, our children’s ministry seeks to be a part of that village. We seek to support families, support parents, as they raise disciples of Christ. Sunday morning should not be the only day children learn about God, scripture or what it means to be a Christian. Our goal as a ministry is to teach children about Christ and what it means to follow him; However, our involvement in the lives of the children we serve is generally confined to one or two days a week, so we seek not only to teach children on Sunday mornings, but to support and equip parents to cultivate the seeds of faith planted in their children throughout the week.

Each Sunday, children will be taught biblical truths to assist them in viewing their purpose and their life experiences from a biblical worldview. Children will have the opportunity to engage with other young Christians, learn to encourage each other,  know that they are not alone in their faith, and understand the importance of the church/body of Christ (1 Thessalonians 5:11, Hebrews 10:25, Matthew 18:20, Colossians 3:16).

However, when Sunday ends, their faith journey does not. So we are here to partner with you as you walk along side your child and support their faith journey as they develop into disciples of Christ who, with a servant’s heart and the love of Christ, heed the commission to go and make disciples of all nations.
Click the image above for more information about the month of January
Throughout His ministry, Jesus demonstrated His power over nature, sickness, evil and even death. He showed His power, but also that He was near to people in their darkest moments. This month kids will learn that though we live in a world broken by sin, Jesus is near to us and one day He will make all things new. Our lives and His work in our world are a work in progress.

The Man at the Pool of Bethesda: Jesus healed a man who could not walk. The Pharisees were angry that this happened on the Sabbath. Jesus told the man to stop sinning and follow God.

Calming of the Storm: Jesus was asleep in a boat with His disciples when a great storm arose. The disciples woke Jesus, terrified. He calmed the storm. The disciples were amazed that the wind and waves obeyed Jesus.

A Daughter & a Woman: Jesus was on His way to see a little girl when a woman who was ill touched His clothes and was healed. The little girl had died but Jesus raised her from the dead. Jesus brought hope to hopeless situations.

Lazarus: A friend of Jesus, Lazarus, was very ill. While Jesus was waiting to go see him, Lazarus died. Jesus wept and prayed at the tomb of Lazarus and then raised him from the dead.

Click the image to the left to check out 25 different questions you can ask a child when you’ve picked them up from a discipleship experience. Ranging from short-and-sweet to deeply thoughtful questions you can ask at a meal or in your car, you’ll change the conversation from church being about arbitrary “fun” and learn how your child is connecting with their community of faith.
Understanding Your Child's Level of Biblical Learning
February Lesson Calendar
As children grow and develop, their ability to understand God's word and the gospel develops as well. Click on an image to  learn more about what your child's age says about where they are in their ability understanding the God's message.
For more information on Levels of Biblical Learning (including information about middle school and high  school) click here: (will open in a new window).
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