Baltimore Teacher Packs Pews With Students Every Sunday

During a time when some teachers are struggling or burned out, Baltimore teacher Jess Pariso is finding ways to connect

46 Valentine’s Day Ideas for Children’s Ministry

From BL editor: Valentine’s Day is just 11 days away! Below are some simple, inexpensive ideas that you can begin

In the Midst of Challenge: Persevere

Step out of the boat — live, serve to your fullest until your dying breath. Take that step and don’t look down. Keep your eyes on Jesus. He will s

VBS is Over, Now What?

The last crumbs of goldfish have been vacuumed, the decorations have been put away, and the music is but a

Three reasons your kids should attend CentriKid!

By Kris Buckman Ah, summer camp … wet bathing suits, bug spray, sunscreen, campfires, staying up all night, early mornings,

Background Checks Aren’t Enough

What are you doing to protect children in your ministry from sexual abuse?

Creating an Ethnically Inclusive Children’s Ministry

By Kris Buckman I’m excited to share that our final scheduled online Kidmin Forum meeting on June 30 will focus

Maryland/Delaware Roundup, May 7, 2020

“You will keep the mind that is dependent on you in perfect peace, for it is trusting in you.” Isaiah

Kris Buckman serves as children’s ministry consultant

By Sharon Mager COLUMBIA, Md. — Kris Buckman joined the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware (BCM/D) staff on Feb. 1 as

Kids Ministry Conference — “You Named It!”

By Sharon Mager COLUMBIA, Md. —  The Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware’s fall Kids Ministry Conference on September 28, at the