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Children's Ministries
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The Seventh-day Adventist Church believes in providing an environment where children can experience the satisfaction of serving others. The Children’s Ministries department takes an active role in this process by supporting programs where children can participate and become involved.

Helping each child to have a trusting, loving, and increasing relationship with Jesus, the department works in cooperation with local conference directors and dedicated volunteers to create and maintain successful children’s ministries in churches across the Southern Union.

The Children’s Ministries department promotes and coordinates ministry for children, as well as involving children in service to others. Christ’s instruction to feed the lambs provides the impetus for the church to meet the needs of children in fellowship, worship, stewardship, and outreach.

Studies have shown that children between the ages of 5 and 13 have a 32% likelihood of accepting Jesus as their Savior.* That percentage drops drastically as a child grows older.

To foster a lifelong commitment to Jesus, several programs have been created, including: Sabbath School, Vacation Bible School, and Children’s Church. These ministries encourage children to begin a lifelong commitment to Jesus.

Please visit the local conferences to learn how you can become involved in children's ministry in your area.

Carolina Conference
Florida Conference
Georgia-Cumberland Conference
Gulf States Conference(Alabama and Mississippi)
Kentucky-Tennessee Conference
South Atlantic Conference
South Central Conference
Southeastern Conference

"The Investigation Station is a place where kids investigate God’s Word. Each day the kids will investigate a different Bible truth through Bible stories, scientific facts, and more. Throughout each day’s program they will gather evidence in their journals, and at the closing program they will discuss their conclusions. All aspects of this VBS program point kids to God as the Creator with a plan for their lives." AdventSource

More information and purchasing opportunities are available through AdventSource, Review and Herald Publishing or your local ABC
 



There are several sources available to anyone who needs information and resouces relating to children.

Adventist Children's Ministry Association
Providing professional support, networking and outreach opportunities for leaders and teachers in children’s ministries.
 
A monthly e-newsletter and resource to parents, provided by Pacific Press Publishing and the Adventist Book Center
 
General Conference Children's Ministries
The worldwide headquarters of Children's Ministries for the Seventh-day Adventist Church provides helpful ideas and resources for those helping with Chidren's Ministries activities. There are also highlights of children who are finding ways to serve their communities.

Grace Link Curriculum
This is a 12-year Sabbath School curriculum firmly founded on scripture. The program utilizes a full-hour teaching method that incorporates each activity into the weekly theme and story.
 
North America's headquarters for Children's Ministries which provides leaders resources, children's church ideas, and more.