Frequently Asked Questions
What is your ministry called?
What is the purpose, goal, or mission statement for your ministry?
We believe that parents, before any other institution, are responsible for the spiritual nurturing of their children. As parents shepherd their children through Scripture, our ministry serves as reinforcement to their teaching. The Resolved Church cares deeply about family and kids. We see that the story of God in the Bible is a story of God gathering a people for himself. This involves physical births and spiritual new births where we are adopted into God’s family through Jesus. Thus we see family life as the paradigm for church life and as such seek to minister to children in a fun and safe way where they not only learn about Jesus but their parents are also equipped to better minister to them in the home.
The Resolved Church Family Ministry desires to partner with parents to build a solid spiritual foundation for life by:
- Showing Christ’s love to each child and his/her parents
- Teaching Biblical truths through active, interactive, challenging and applicable instruction
- Encouraging the development of relationships with peers and members of the The Resolved Church family
What are the specific duties of your ministry?
Watching a group of kids during the Sunday service, leading a short Bible lesson, prayer time, and guiding games/free play.
What is the time commitment for your ministry? (As in how many Sundays per month would someone serve, do people need to come early or stay late on Sundays, are there duties to be done during the week, etc.)
Volunteers typically serve one Sunday a month from 3:30-5:45.
Is any certain experience necessary for your ministry or will you train people?
Willingness to work with kids. There is a training manual shared with all volunteers.