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Newsletter Issue #19  --  June 4, 2018  

Children's Ministry Discipline Ideas
for Church and Sunday School

No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it. Hebrews 12:11

Discipline Ideas for Children's ministryDiscipline is a word that often conjures up images of time-outs, withdrawing rewards, and other negative experiences. On the other hand, to be known as someone who is disciplined, tells others that you are a responsible person, someone who is dependable. Disciple, the root of these two words, is defined as a person who is a student, or who follows the teachings of another, as did the twelve disciples who followed Jesus Christ's teachings, and millions of others who followed him, and continue to follow him today. 

To become a faithful disciple of Jesus requires discipline in order to become disciplined in our faith. However, how do we as teachers achieve this in our classrooms without negative feelings being transferred to the children we teach? And does this mean we should never use timeouts or withhold rewards to avoid upsetting our kids? 

Over the past decade, our children's ministry has tried several techniques to engage children in Bible lesson time to mitigate negative behavior, thereby preventing the need for negative discipline. Continue reading about effective classroom discipline


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