Emmanuel, God with us.

Happy Friday, Parents!

In a clip from a 1973 Billy Graham sermon on Habakkuk, with the strong and passionate voice of an evangelist, Dr. Graham preached these words: “Habakkuk said, ‘God please tell me what you’re doing.’ And God said, ‘No. I’m not going to tell you Habakkuk. Because if I told you what I was doing, you wouldn’t believe it.’ If God today told us what He’s doing in the world, we wouldn’t believe it. Don’t you think God’s given up, and God’s abdicated, and God’s left the throne… He hasn’t. He’s still on the throne, and those of us who know Him put our trust in Him and Him alone. When all the rest of it fails and crumbles and shatters, He’ll be there.” He is with us.

My favorite thoughts about Christmas center around the words, “Emmanuel, God with us.” Trouble is sometimes I leave it for December, instead of practicing the presence of God all year long. Cling to this thought today, that He is with us.

Did you listen to Stephanie Chase’s video last week entitled “How to Decide What to Do About School Next Year?” If not, do it now. One clearly stated Truth was this: God’s Word is not Facebook; it is not a blog. By renewing the mind you KNOW His good and perfect will, and the peace that passes all understanding. School decision deadlines are arriving. Uncertainty is still rampant. School districts across the state are still kicking the opening dates down the road. And just like Habakkuk, God hasn’t told us what He’s doing in the world.

But have you been able to spend quality and quantity time “renewing your mind” in the Word this week? Have you let your requests be made known to Him? Are you keeping stride with His good and pleasing and perfect will for your child? Are you trusting He is working all things for your good?

The prayer the Kids Ministry Team Is praying over you this week is from the Numbers 6:22-27, the priestly blessing of Aaron, where he declares blessings of God over the people in the name of the Lord, and from Deuteronomy 28:6 and Exodus 33:14 where He promises His presence (God with us.) The Lord bless you and keep you, the Lord make His face shine upon you and be gracious to you. The Lord turn His face toward you and give you peace. May His presence go before you, and behind you, and beside you, all around you, and within you, in your coming and your going. He is with you.

Emmanuel. God with us.

Have you in our hearts,
The Kids Ministry Team


What To Do When It’s 102

Hey Parents,

Has anyone seen the weather report for this week? The heat index is reaching triple digits at least five days in a row. It’s a great time to hit the pool, but we wanted to give you a few other ideas for “What to do when it’s 102.” So, grab your Daily Bible Reading Calendar and/or Preschool Summer Discipleship Calendar so you can disciple along the way….and let’s go!

Remember Deuteronomy 6:7: Teach them diligently to your children – repeat them again and again, multiple times a day – talk about them when you are at home and on the road, when you are going to bed and when you are getting up!

Have a great time and think cool.

Love,
The Kids Ministry Team

Ways to Stay Cool

  • Have a water day!
    • Play in the Sprinkler
    • Slip n Slide (available at Walmart, Amazon)
    • Fill up a Kiddie Pool with shaving cream, hide treasures in it to find, rinse off in sprinkler.
    • Water Guns
    • Water Balloon War
    • Water Balloon Pinata (Tie water balloons to a long string/rope and stretch it across your patio, then let the kids take turns with a plastic bat)
    • Water Balloon Hunt (like an Easter egg hunt-ish). Either assign each child a color balloon to find or write their names on an equal number of balloons. After the hunt, throw the balloons at a target or each other.
    • Watermelon eating and seed spitting contest
    • Ice Bucket Challenge
    • Set up a “Bike Wash” on your driveway. Sponges, buckets and a water hose will do the trick.
  • Ice excavating. Freeze a block of ice. Give the kids whatever tool you are comfortable with and let them chip away. Even babies love to touch ice and watch it melt. For variety, freeze coins or plastic figures in the ice for kids to find.
  • Ice Sculpture. Freeze blocks of ice in different containers. Take them outside and use for building blocks.
  • Play Freeze Dance or Freeze Tag.
  • Enjoy Opposite Day. Eat breakfast for dinner, wear your clothes inside out and be silly.
  • Work a 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle
  • Kurbside Kona Ice delivers to your door ($20 minimum)! Schedule a snow cone afternoon, invite your neighbors, then invite them to online church Sunday/Kids Ministry Essential Family Nights on Wednesday!
  • Make edible cookie dough and eat it with ice cream. (Miss Stephanie recommends that everyone have their own bucket of Blue Bell.) Even toddlers can help measure and stir.
    www.allrecipes.com/gallery/best-edible-cookie-dough-treats
  • Sunset Croquet Tournament. Don’t forget the bug spray!
  • Visit the Water Wall at 2800 Post Oak Blvd, it’s open until 9 p.m.
  • Bob for apples in a tub of ice water
  • Go Geocaching after dinner!
  • Play flashlight tag at night.
  • Build a pop up playground with boxes, pool noodles, hula hoops, ropes, ladders, fabric, and recycled materials.
  • Visit the Waugh Drive Bridge Bat Colony. Arrive about 30 minutes before sunset so you don’t miss the show!
  • Print pictures you’ve taken during the four months of Covid. Talk about how things have changed, fun things you’ve done, and the things you’ve learned about God and each other. Reflect on God’s providence to your family then make a Covid mural or scrapbook with the photos.
  • Smither Park, 2411 Munger Street is a creative urban space full of mosaic art, open until 8 p.m.
  • Driving tour of Houston murals. Here’s a couple of links, or you can google Houston Murals and let the kids make their own map. (Parents may need to supervise to make sure murals are all family friendly.) Take snacks!
  • End your day with a pillow fight!

It’s been a hard week.

Dear Parents,

It’s been a hard week.

We don’t have the answers. But we wanted to let you know the CFBC Kids Ministry team is for you, is here for you, and is praying for you as you process with your children the events surrounding the tragic death of George Floyd, the subsequent peaceful protests and violent riots of the past week.

They’ve seen, they’ve heard, they’re picking up on the fact that piled on top of three months of nothing being normal, something else in their world is not normal, and is unsettling and frightening. Maybe they’ve overheard a conversation, or the news, or a phone call. Maybe they are picking up on your feelings, whether anger, pain, fear, anxiety, helplessness or a thousand other raw emotions that caught us all off guard. Maybe they see the color of their skin and for the first time don’t feel safe themselves. Or maybe someone in their family is in law enforcement and that adds a different layer of anxiety to everything.

How can we most wisely lead our children during days of uncertainty or chaos?

Pray.
That’s always first. Let your children hear you pray. Pray for them, pray with them.

Guard their hearts.
Limit children’s news exposure, in fact, just take a break from the constant coverage. Children can’t process everything, most adults can’t even fully understand everything that is happening. Reassure them that God is still in charge, and that God loves them deeply and is taking care of them. 1 Peter 5:7. “God takes care of you.”

Talk simply and honestly with your kids.
Be calm and factual. Listen to them. Let them ask questions. (Don’t be afraid if you can’t answer them.) Kids Ministry is a big proponent of the idea of developmentally appropriate everything- whether it’s Bible teaching, furniture, or even crayons… so be honest but give them only what their hearts can handle, and that will be different for each age child. Kids, especially those who have been taught the unconditional love of God, are naturally loving and empathetic. Racism, violence and injustice are the troubling antithesis of literally everything they know. These are big, heavy, uncomfortable topics, but can be carefully and openly discussed . We must teach biblically sound doctrine before they pick up inappropriate responses from school, friends or the media.

Emphasize your family’s safety right now.
Make sure children understand they are safe, and you will take care of them. But validate their feelings. Spend extra time with them for reassurance. Hold them and hug them, even more than normal. Read together. Be together. Use Bible verses to comfort them, such as “Do not be afraid, I am with you.” Isaiah 41:10. Help your kids know that they are loved beyond measure. “The Lord says, I have always loved you.” Jeremiah 31:3

In closing, Houston is the most diverse city in the United States. Last year we discovered that 18 different languages are spoken in the kids ministry alone. Brothers and sisters from every Nation, tribe, and tongue make their home here. And by the way, it’s not “us and them” at Champion Forest. It’s “we”. Let’s be blunt- it’s been a hard week and we don’t have the answers. We don’t even know some of the questions. But we consider everyone family. Equally welcome to salvation through the redemptive grace of Christ, we have the same bloodline running through our veins. Let’s start there as we wisely lead our kids.

For His children,
The Kids Ministry Team

Champions
Stephanie Chase, Kids Minister
Becky Marshall, Preschool Minister
Annette Flores, Special Blessings
Brandy Christoph, Ministry Assistant

North Klein
Allie Kretsinger
Kids Minister

Jersey Village
Stephanie Rogers
Kids Minister

Conroe
Myrna Arana
Kids Ministry Coordinator


You Can Do It!

Dear Parents,

So we’ve noticed that for the past few months you’ve all been doing something you never dreamed that you’d be doing – staying home 24/7 and teaching your kids, schooling them, in academics. You’ve proved that you can do it! You didn’t have a choice, so you did it, and we celebrate you in doing the hard and unexpected things.

What do you think your kids are going to remember about Spring 2020 when school is out and all is said and done? Wait until Christmas and ask them! While you might remember a pandemic, uncertainty, lock downs and toilet paper shortages, they just might say things like: eating meals as a family for a change, making cookies with Mom, more time together, doing scavenger hunts in our yard, playing board games as a family, laughing a lot, getting a good night’s rest because I wasn’t up late doing homework then getting up early for school the next day.

Maybe for the past few months you’ve been doing something else you never dreamed you’d be doing –being the primary faith trainer of your kids, embedding His words and your faith story in their little lives and hearts… “teaching them diligently to your children as you sit in the house, walk along the way, lie down at night and rise up every morning.” (Deut. 5: 6 – 9). Again, we celebrate you in doing the hard things, and now the expected things.

What do you think your kids are going to remember about you being their KidLife group teacher, or their “faith trainer” during a worldwide pandemic? Our hope is that your one year old remembers you pointing to the sky and saying, “See the bird? God made the birds! Thank you, God.” Our hope is that your three-year-old remembers being pulled up onto your lap for a hug, then opening the Bible together, looking at a picture of Jesus and the children, and hearing you say “Jesus loves children. Jesus loves you.” Our hope is that your Kindergartner remembers pulling a name from a prayer jar each day and praying for that person. Our hope is that your second grader remembers reading the scripture passage out loud during family devotional time. Our hope is that your fifth grader remembers having contests to see who can memorize the most Bible verses for a first prize extra scoop of ice cream.

I’m sure by now many of you have heard the beautiful new song from Elevation Worship featuring Kari Jobe and Cody Carnes – The Blessing.

My heart and my thoughts have become riveted to this one verse —
May His Favor be upon you and a thousand generations,
and your family and your children
and their children, and their children.

Exodus 20:6 speaks of this generational blessing, to a thousand generations. Maybe you’re already a part of a generational blessing because you had wonderful Christian parents or grandparents. If not, maybe you are the start of a generational blessing for your family and your children, and their children and their children. Whew! Big responsibility. You can do the hard and unexpected things, we’ve seen you. You can do the hard and expected things! We believe in you.

And if you’ve been overwhelmed by everything happening on the planet and in your home to date…good news! It’s not too late to start. If the world is still standing a thousand years from now, let your family be blessed and be a blessing in Jesus precious Name.

God is for you. God is with you. You can do it. And we’re still here to help.
The Kids Ministry Team

Champions
Stephanie Chase, Kids Minister
Becky Marshall, Preschool Minister
Annette Flores, Special Blessings
Brandy Christoph, Ministry Assistant

North Klein
Allie Kretsinger
Kids Minister

Jersey Village
Stephanie Rogers
Kids Minister

Conroe
Myrna Arana
Kids Ministry Coordinator


A Note from Your Kids Ministry Team

If you missed previous notes from Your Kids Ministry Team or just want to refer back, select a link below for past notes of encouragement.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus
Relax. We’re Here For You
I Go To Big Church Now
Warriors not Whiners
You can’t get to Easter without getting through Good Friday
Vision 2020
Testing, Testing, One, Two
Pandemic without Pandemonium
Happy Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day

Hi everyone,

This is Becky again. It’s been a busy week, well it would have been…
Last Sunday night was VBS kickoff, this week was Teacher Appreciation week, and Sunday is Mother’s Day. The Kids Ministry Team normally would have been busy planning our VBS training for volunteers, preparing appreciation celebrations and breakfasts for our phenomenal Kids Ministry teachers and Moms, designing photo opts for Mother’s Day, and who knows what else. Normally. Would have been.

It’s still been a busy week, but it’s been different this year, quieter. The frantic rush to build sets, decorate tables, enlist teachers and order food for events has been replaced with less elaborate and time-consuming activities, lengthy conversations with teachers and friends, and prayer. God is rewriting our story.

And stories are important. My Mom loves to tell them. And at 92, she’s got lots of them to tell. But I love her stories. I love how she can remember what our son, Jeffrey used to do when he was five and I can’t (life was such a fog when the kids were small and our goal was simply to get them all in bed alive every night.) I love that she sends greeting cards to everyone she knows, to celebrate their birthdays, and anniversaries, and graduations and babies…and stresses out if she is a day late popping it in the mail. I love that she cherished certain day lilies growing in her garden because someone special gave them to her. I love that when she saw her first great grandchild and was asked how it felt, she simply summed it up in one word – continuance. I love that when we moved her out of her house a few years back, she could tell a story about every quilt she had and every knick-knack on her shelf, and basically knew who had given her what and why and when. I love that she can remember things like that, because I can’t remember anything. But more than that, it professes to me the value she places in relationships. She paid attention along the way, and remembered the things that were important. The relationships. My parents moved around some after Duane and I married, so when someone asked me where “home” was, I always just said wherever they were living at the time. Because really, home wasn’t a certain city, home was simply where they were. The relationships.

Mom’s were a great idea. Because Mom’s get the whole relationship thing. And it’s all about relationships—always has been. So this Sunday, even though it’s not a “normally” or “would have been” situation, we still corporately celebrate our Moms. And the fact that Moms are all about relationships. And the fact that God is re-writing our stories so we can be more about relationships, too. I’m kind of enjoying that. It says in Zephaniah 3:17, there’s a song being sung over you. Let’s embrace the first verse while the Father is re-writing the second.

Happy Mother’s Day from the Kids Ministry Team!

Champions
Stephanie Chase, Kids Minister
Becky Marshall, Preschool Minister
Annette Flores, Special Blessings
Brandy Christoph, Ministry Assistant

North Klein
Allie Kretsinger
Kids Minister

Jersey Village
Stephanie Rogers
Kids Minister

Conroe
Myrna Arana
Kids Ministry Coordinator


A Note from Your Kids Ministry Team

If you missed previous notes from Your Kids Ministry Team or just want to refer back, select a link below for past notes of encouragement.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus
Relax. We’re Here For You
I Go To Big Church Now
Warriors not Whiners
You can’t get to Easter without getting through Good Friday
Vision 2020
Testing, Testing, One, Two
Pandemic without Pandemonium

Pandemic without Pandemonium

Isaiah 43:18-19
Remember not the former things, do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?

Hi friends,
How’s it been going this week? Is there light at the end of the tunnel, as Texas lifts the Stay at Home order today? Or does that cause you some anxiety? Are you ready for a five-month summer? Or does THAT cause you some anxiety? (You’re already eight weeks into it!!!)

A topic presented to Children’s Pastors from around the country in a Facebook meeting yesterday was “What is one idea you’d give to moms and dads who are about to lose their minds?” And while that sounded negative to us, because we don’t believe you ARE about to lose your minds, we were pleased at the response of the Children’s pastors who didn’t just give more random ideas, but spoke healing words and basic Truth:

  1. We are graced for this; God knew it was coming. Be available for your kids. Julia Tucker, NextGen Pastor, Transformation Church
  2. You have everything you need in your hands to do everything God has called you to do. You were chosen to parent that child, so do it. Talk to your kids, keep dialog open. Justin Edge, Central Ministry Leader of LifeKids, Life Church
  3. Tag team with your spouse. Mom, call in sick and let Dad be the teacher one day. Find your space. Remember soul care, couple care. John Huber, Family Ministry Pastor, Westside Family
  4. Open your Bible together as a family. Start a new habit. It is not too late to start today. Jana McGruder, Director of Lifeway Kids

There is a wonderful SHORT article that we think everyone should read, entitled “Two Lists Every Family Should be Making Right Now” by Jonathan Williams of Gospel Family Ministries. It encourages us to finish well, and not be the same on the other side of Covid-19 as we were before. Start making your lists this weekend! Here’s a clue – one list is new rhythms you want to keep for your family that you’ve discovered during this season. And the other list is old opportunities you look forward to enjoying again, things that you just may have taken for granted or been too busy for a month or two ago. It’s good stuff! Work on it together, parents and kids, designing a new and improved plan for your family…so that whenever the time comes to finish, we finish well.

Let’s remember He does all things for our good – Romans 8:28
Let’s remember He is making all things new – Revelation 21:5
Let’s keep it simple from here on out – pandemic without pandemonium.

Looking forward with hope,
Your Kids Ministry Teams

Champions
Stephanie Chase, Kids Minister
Becky Marshall, Preschool Minister
Annette Flores, Special Blessings
Brandy Christoph, Ministry Assistant

North Klein
Allie Kretsinger
Kids Minister

Jersey Village
Stephanie Rogers
Kids Minister

Conroe
Myrna Arana
Kids Ministry Coordinator


A Note from Your Kids Ministry Team

If you missed previous notes from Your Kids Ministry Team or just want to refer back, select a link below for past notes of encouragement.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus
Relax. We’re Here For You
I Go To Big Church Now
Warriors not Whiners
You can’t get to Easter without getting through Good Friday
Vision 2020
Testing, Testing, One, Two

Testing, Testing, One, Two

Happy Friday!

Thinking through Psalm 23 today, the absolute care of a provident Shepherd overwhelmed me. Reading it was like turning on a noise machine and letting it filter out the chaos of the world and leave me with peace…

I shall not want…
He restores my soul…
Surely goodness and mercy will follow me.

It led me to share a lesson already learned, but still pertinent. If you haven’t already hammered out your theology, your belief system, I encourage you to do it now. Know what you believe and why. Base it on the Word of God. Do it with your children. So when trials and testing come, you can stand.

There are painfully-humorous times where the Lord tests my theology…times in which things that I said I believed are put to the test, and what is left standing is not words nor unweighted-beliefs, but only raw honesty revealing my true heart. I only pray in these moments that I am found faithful.

We hammered out our theology years ago, on sunny days, so we wouldn’t have to hammer it out later, in hospital rooms, funeral homes, or jail cells. I desire to have my system of beliefs established so when moments of crisis come, I stand firm on truth, and devote my energy to battling the present tragedy instead of battling God on why the crisis has come.

Early marriage found us to be financially challenged. We remember days we didn’t have two thin dimes to rub together. Therefore, one of the first Truths we came to stand on was, “ALL THAT WE HAVE, WE HAVE BECAUSE GOD HAS GIVEN US.” That wasn’t so hard, because it wasn’t so much. The one possession I had that I deemed “valuable” was a Lenox bud vase I received as a wedding present. The second Truth we came to stand on was, “Children are more valuable than things.” And I reminded myself of both Truths every time I glued the Lenox bud vase back together…so many times it finally refused to hold water or a rosebud any longer.

Years later, we had been blessed. We were no longer living in “early marriage” and we were no longer financially challenged. Now that there was more, could we still stand firm on our beliefs?

Our first test happened when we loaned a dear friend our van. She needed wheels for a few days, and our van had just been sitting in the driveway gathering dust, waiting for our daughter and son-in-law to come pick it up. (We no longer need a van…and they were just beginning to need one.) Less than twenty-four hours had passed when I got the phone call…the van was in a wreck. With an eighteen wheeler. Oh no.

Testing, testing, one, two. Is this thing on?
He gives and takes away. Blessed be His Name.

O.k. it really wasn’t so bad. The eighteen wheeler just clipped the back of the van in a left hand turn. All was well. So the next test happened a few days later upon receiving a phone call from our neighbor telling us our oak tree fell on our house. Testing, Testing. I raised my kids in the porch swing under that old oak tree outside the kitchen window. We waited for the bus there in the mornings; we read together in the afternoons, we took our Easter pictures there every spring. (And when we all five no longer fit in the swing, some of us stood behind it for the picture.) Driving home I wondered what I would find. A tree in my kitchen, a huge hole in my roof, a mess to clean up??? Did we lose the tree, or the homemade Muscadine jelly sitting in my kitchen window, or more?

So, we have said that everything is the Lord’s. Christ is the author and creator of all things, and everything exists to bring Him glory. We own nothing. Everything we have is a gift that he is letting us borrow for an undetermined amount of time. And when He determines there is more glory to be gotten, He is free to do what He pleases, and that makes Him no less good. A house, a tree, a bud vase.

These tests sometime come in seemingly insignificant trials. But if we are faithful in little, he will make us faithful in much, and so theology cannot be reserved for the ‘big’ moments in life. It must permeate all. Life & doctrine are inextricably linked, in every facet of life. Let us remind each other of this, when bigger things are destroyed than possessions or trees. Let us be found faithful…in job losses, illnesses, isolation, pandemics.

The oak tree didn’t actually fall on the house, by the way. It split down the middle and only part of it fell on the house, causing minimal damage. The rest of it missed the van, parked once again in the driveway, by mere inches. The Lord gives, the Lord takes away, blessed be the Name of the Lord!

Levels of Biblical Learning is a document that details all the doctrine/theology we teach in CFBC Kids Ministry. We’d love to share it with you when we get back, to help you formulate yours!

Have you in our hearts,
Becky, for the Kids Ministry Team

Your CFBC Kids Ministry Team

Champions
Stephanie Chase, Kids Minister
Becky Marshall, Preschool Minister
Annette Flores, Special Blessings
Brandy Christoph, Ministry Assistant

North Klein
Allie Kretsinger
Kids Minister

Jersey Village
Stephanie Rogers
Kids Minister

Conroe
Myrna Arana
Kids Ministry Coordinator


A Note from Your Kids Ministry Team

If you missed previous notes from Your Kids Ministry Team or just want to refer back, select a link below for past notes of encouragement.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus
Relax. We’re Here For You
I Go To Big Church Now
Warriors not Whiners
You can’t get to Easter without getting through Good Friday
Vision 2020

Vision 2020

Dear ones,
It just occurred to us that Champion Forest started the year with a Vision 2020 sermon series, so in light of this interruption we are now living in, we wondered if we were really on track, or if the Father had a different vision for 2020. I went back to January 5, and listened to Pastor Trammel’s first sermon of the year, entitled, “Your New Reality” from Philippians 2: 1-4. Well, I really only got through the first four minutes to find out everything I needed to know.

Summary from his sermon:

  • We are so grateful for this fresh start, this new beginning. Vision is what you see that you give your life to. We want 2020 vision, we want clarity from God, we want to make sure what we see is from God and what we’re giving our life to glorifies God and honors God and is in alignment with his purpose and plan.
  • Then Pastor Trammel began to recount the mercies of God in the life of our church. (It’s always a profitable thing to recount the mercies and blessings of God. See Isaiah 63:7)
  • Next he spoke about going thru a difficult season and how it catapulted us as a church into a new season of life and ministry, and seeking the Lord about what’s next and where we go from here. He mentioned that the difficult season was not anticipated and caught us by surprise, and threw us in a tailspin of trying to identify where we go from here…and asking God what do you have in store?
  • He concluded with “and we know nothing catches God by surprise.” So we asked God to show us what is next … and by the Providence of God we had the structure in place to stay on mission.
  • Oh wow…all of that in the first four minutes. And does it sound at least a teensy bit relevant to the season we are walking through currently? (Does anyone else think Pastor Trammel may be a prophet?)

So parents and friends, we now encourage you in these things:

  • Look at the little faces sitting across from you at the dinner table. (When you look at your kids do you realize their angels continually behold the face of the Father? Matthew 18:10. Think about that a minute). This is a fresh start. Make sure what you’re giving your life to glorifies and honors God, and is in alignment with His purpose and plan for your family.
  • Recount the mercies of God for your family. Do it together. “It is a good thing to give thanks to the Lord.” Psalm 92:1.
  • Use this difficult season that caught us all by surprise, to identify where you go from here and what the Father has in store for your family. Let us make adjustments and corrections, let us not squander this time or these lessons. Let us see where God is at work in our hearts, our kids, our families, and even our Nation…and let us not go back to the way we were before. Let us never be the same again.
  • Ask God to clearly show you what is next, and commit to stay on mission…as a believer, growing deeper in relationship to Christ, and as a parent, being the primary faith discipler of your kids and raising them in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.

Vision 2020? We’re still on track.

Have you in our hearts,
Your CFBC Kids Ministry Team

Champions
Stephanie Chase, Kids Minister
Becky Marshall, Preschool Minister
Annette Flores, Special Blessings
Brandy Christoph, Ministry Assistant

North Klein
Allie Kretsinger
Kids Minister

Jersey Village
Stephanie Rogers
Kids Minister

Conroe
Myrna Arana
Kids Ministry Coordinator


A Note from Your Kids Ministry Team

If you missed previous notes from Your Kids Ministry Team or just want to refer back, select a link below for past notes of encouragement.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus
Relax. We’re Here For You
I Go To Big Church Now
Warriors not Whiners
You can’t get to Easter without getting through Good Friday