Kids At The Mill Adult Leaders

Thanks so much for serving in our Kids at The Mill ministry. This page is designed to have all the information that you need to lead kids birth through fifth grade.

Be sure to come back often, as we will continue to add new curriculum and resources to help you make an impact on the next generation.

Access Curriculum

Use the tabs below to select your campus and age group to access your curriculum for the upcoming weeks. The Midweek tab contains curriculum for all campuses.

Teaching Resources

How to Teach Kids

How do you teach? How has God wired the kids in your class or ministry? What do they need to learn and grow? A successful and effective teacher understands the needs of kids and tailors teaching to meet their specific needs. Melita Thomas examines seven to tips to effectively reach, teach, and engage kids. Melita also discusses characteristics of younger children (5-8 years old) and older kids (9-12 years old) as well as provides four ways to involve kids in missions.


Evangelism & Discipleship in Kids' Ministry

Sharing the gospel is important, but it isn’t hard. We must practice, prepare, and share. Like anything else, it gets easier the more you do it. Chuck Peters examines how to discuss salvation in age-appropriate ways with kids and provides ten talking tips for engaging kids in gospel conversations. Chuck also examines how to support and help parents point their kids to the truth of God’s Word daily, fulfilling Deuteronomy 6:4-9. Chuck then provides practical tips to prepare a child for baptism and how to disciple a child after he or she has made a salvation decision.

Levels of Biblical Learning

As kids grow, their understanding of foundational truths grows with them. Levels of Biblical Learning covers 10 biblical concept areas—God, Jesus, Holy Spirit, Bible, Salvation, Creation, Church, People, Family, Community & World—that children and students can learn as they study God’s Word. The concept areas are presented through eight different age ranges, from infancy through high school, and reflect levels of understanding that follow how God designed children to learn.



If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to our Kids' Administrative Coordinator, Amber McDowell.

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