5 Things We Love About Spring


SpringSnow is starting to melt,
the sun is starting to shine, and we all know spring is right
around the corner. It’s a great time of year, especially for those
in children’s ministry, and here are some reasons why…

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1. Flowers! Seasonal seeds
make a great gift for kids and parents. Use
these gift tags
with packets of seeds to help kids discover
we’re God’s flowers.

2. Outside Play! Playing
outdoors with your kids is so much fun that I’ve blogged about it
twice. Follow these links for ideas on great games best played
outside your church…

3. Spring Cleaning! It’s time
for some organization. It doesn’t take a lot of work to give your
ministry a makeover. Here are
five spring cleaning tips and tricks you can use in your children’s

sunday school

Kids LOVE these Sunday School resources!
Check 'em out and see why so many children's ministries around the world are having success with Group's products!

4. New Life! Now’s a great
time to bring in new volunteers and to take some time to
re-energize your current team! Here are 12
ways to kickstart your ministry’s energy into overdrive

5. Easter! The very best
thing about spring! If you’re looking for activities, lessons,
games, snacks-anything Easter-
we’ve got you covered
. And if you’re looking for a church-wide
outreach event that will leave families with unforgettable
memories, you’ve got to check out Group’s Easter event Walk With Jesus. Bonus: if you’re reading this
the day it was posted (February 28), there’s still time to get free
shipping on the kit!


What do you like best about spring? Let us
know in the comment section below! 


About Author

David Jennings

David has served kids around the world for the majority of his life. From Texas to Romania, he has followed where God has led him. Most recently, he served for six years as a children's director in the great state of Alabama before moving to Colorado to work for Group as an associate editor.

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