A creative guide for all ages to learn God’s word together.
Micheal Harris returns to discuss the Parables curriculum and it’s use in small-group church communities. At last there is an answer for the question asked by so many who meet in small, relational expressions of the church:
So, what do you do with the kids?
The answer to the question is found IN the question, namely “WITH the kids.”Parables curriculum is an incredible wealth of activities that parents, and other adults can do “with the kids.” The result is hilarious fun and marvelous opportunity for learning from God’s word.
Parables is available from Micheal. Cost? Let’s just say, nothing is expected, but anything is appreciated. If you want to appreciate Parables with a gift, click “Donate” on this page and designate a gift.
Micheal Harris talks about intergenerational fellowship
Dan interviews Micheal Harris who has been engaged in children’s ministry for 50 years. His experience includes large traditional churches and simple churches of just a few families. In this interview, Micheal talks about his philosophy of ministry with children and some of his experiences with the youngest members of our community.
Mentioned in the podcast is Micheal’s book called, “Parables – A creative guide for all ages to learn God’s word together.”Here is the link to a post we uploaded several years ago that includes a sample of some of the fun activities designed for small group fellowships.
Watch for a future podcast that describes the book in more detail.
An interview with Richard Jacobson, who is part of an “unchurched” community in Nashville, TN –no pastor, no building, no programs. So, how did our guest wind up outside of the traditional church and become the author of a book about it —Unchurching: Christianity without Churchianity. That’s what this podcast is about.