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Gospel-Centered Children’s Curriculum – Intro

Over the next few days I will give my thoughts on gospel-centered children’s curriculum. I’m not a children’s director, I’m a pulpit pastor. Yet I think, as you will see in my following posts, that what our age-graded ministries teach should be the concern of both the age-graded staff and senior church leadership. Personally, I have been thinking about this for quite some time, come to some conclusions about it and asked to present my thoughts to a handful of churches.  In preparation for this I’ve tried to write these thoughts in some organized fashion, thoughts I have shared with my own church’s age-graded ministries. In the end, I wound up with about ten or so pages of philosophy that I’d like to post in five consecutive installments. This means that some of you will “check out” over the next week while others will read, dialogue and make your own decisions. I would challenge you to read these posts and see how they compliment or contrast what your church is teaching children. I don’t promise to have it all figured out, only to attempt to think about it in a way that I pray is helpful.

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Dr. Yancey C. Arrington is an eighth generation Texan, Acts 29 Network and Houston Church Planting Network fan, and Teaching Pastor at Clear Creek Community Church in the Bay Area of Houston. He is also author of Preaching That Moves People and TAP: Defeating the Sins That Defeat You, and periodically writes for Acts 29 and The Gospel Coalition.

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