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tips for youth workers OCTOBER 2014



Are you looking for a ministry resource that will help you build relationships between children and adults, peers and Christ?­ Then consider checking out Pioneer Clubs.­ Pioneer Clubs offer a variety of programs that will help you reach and disciple young people between the ages of 2 and 13.­ Their material provides weekly Bible study, scripture memory, fun life-skills activities and lots of variety.­ The four different options provide you with versatility and can be easily used for weekly kids club programs, children’s church, any day Sunday school, summer church camps or anytime that you need.­ Here are four options for you to choose from:
  1. ­Pioneer Club Age-Specific Program for Children’s Ministry.­ This program offers five age-level groups for preschool through middle school.­ You can choose from:­ Skippers (ages 2 & 3); Scooters (age4 through kindergarten); Voyagers (grades 1 & 2); Pathfinders (grades 3 & 4); and Trailblazers (grades 5 through middle school).­ Use one group, five groups or any number and combination in between!­ This program is flexible to fit your church.

  2. Exploring - Large-Group Format for Children’s Ministry.­ The Exploring Program offers high-energy fun in a large-group setting.­ It also offers the relationship building aspect of small groups; it is easy to implement; is designed for grades 1-6; provides engaging bible studies with life application and scripture memory; builds life skills and relationships; simplifies volunteer recruiting by offering a variety of leadership opportunities.

  3. Discovery - Small-Church Solution for Children’s Ministry.­ The Discovery Program is designed to meet the needs of churches with fewer children.­ This multi-age-level curriculum allows kids of all ages to meet together to study God’s Word, memorize scripture, and enjoy fun activities.­ It also helps kids build healthy relationships with each other, Christian adults and ultimately Jesus Christ.­ This program gives you everything you need for ministry to 12 kids for the entire school year – 24 meetings.

  4. DELTA stands for Disciples Equipped for Life Transformation and Action.­ This BRAND NEW PROGRAM has a six-year curriculum grouped by ages (grades 1&2, 3&4, 5&6) and can be used for churches with large or small groups of children.­ It comes in two convenient formats:­ All-in-one format with a large-group format for 15-500 kids that break into small groups.­ The second format is designed for groups of 5-20 kids.

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Visit Pioneer Clubs at­ Go to the “shop” page, register your group and create an account, and then start shopping.­ Credit card orders can be made online.­ Or if you’d like to be billed for your material, prepare your shopping list and call 1-800-694-2582.­ Product ships and invoices direct from Pioneer Clubs.

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  1. Comment from Laura Hickman, May 5, 2014 12:15pm

    I recently discovered the "CHAT Prayer Plan" and thought it could be useful with older children.
    C- Cheer God on for who He is (what about God makes you glad? Example: God You are an awesome God)
    H- Humble Yourself (If Jesus were to tour your heart or journey with you for a day, what would he find? Asking forgiveness for times we've made mistakes)
    A- Appreciate what God has done (expressing thanks to God)
    T- Tell God your needs

    This can be found at: