More than a year ago, I wrote a post entitled As a Teacher, You Might Be Unprepared If . . .. It was a humorous look at ways you can tell that a … [Read more...] about As a Sunday School Teacher, You Might Be Unprepared for Christmas If . . .
Consider the crossing of the Mayflower. William Bradford in his account of the crossing writes in his journal that they "met with many fierce storms, … [Read more...] about Successfully Navigating Sunday School Change
My oldest son, Jonathan, loves art and has produced many works of art (his favorite medium is pencil). If he saw something he wanted to draw, he could … [Read more...] about Praying for God to Send Artists to our Sunday Schools
Training and planning meetings are essential for a growing, revolutionary Sunday School. Often a new pastor, Sunday School director, or minister of … [Read more...] about Improving Attendance at Monthly Sunday School Workers Meetings
In Part 1 of this series, I examined Sunday School age group (enrollment) statistics for the states of Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South … [Read more...] about Part 3: What Is the Ideal Balance of Age Groups in a Growing Sunday School?