The children’s team has compiled some tools and information that might be helpful for you as your family navigates the weeks and months ahead.
Sunday videos and lesson plans for your family to continue using our curriculum with church at home will be sent out each week in our Family Ministries E-news. Complete this form and select the Family Ministries box.
We share ways to virtually interact as a church family while we are physically separated in our Children’s Ministries Facebook group.
Here are five tips for addressing racism with children.
Tips for teaching kids at home due to the Coronavirus
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For parents-to-be | What to know about being pregnant during the Covid-19 pandemic
For parents of toddlers | Expert advice for sheltering in place with a tyrannical toddler
For parents of teens | How to help teens raging against the pandemic quarantine cope.
For parents of college kids | When college kids leave the nest — and the Corona virus sends them back
If you’re worried about digital devices | Our screen-time rules don’t work in this new world. And maybe that’s okay.
The Parent Cue blog from our friends at Orange (the curriculum we use on Sundays) shared a great post about managing fear and anxiety during a health pandemic.
The creator of our Wednesday night curriculum, Go!, posted a message for kids about Coronavirus.
Our friends at Illustrated Ministry are offering free, faith formation resources for all ages.
This article is about parenting well in the midst of a pandemic.
Free Faith-based videos for kids at Crossroads Kid’s Club
Bible verses to share with kids about courage
Top Books for kids to read while stuck inside
PBS on how to talk to you kids about what is going on
Resources not only on the virus but also on overall good health habits from Sesame Street
A well written article on COVID-19 from Healthy Children
Homeschooling Tips for amateurs