I hope you have enjoyed our Kids Doing Ministry series. To finish it up today, we’ve got a great list of other ministry ideas and links to more posts about ministry by kids.
Sing in a kids choir.
Blessing others through your musical abilities.
Visit in a nursing home.
Blessing others through spending time with them, listening to them.
Set up or tear down for special services or events.
Blessing others by physically helping get jobs done. Even the smallest can pitch in, be helpful and feel a part of the team.
Puppets or Christian magic shows.
Adopt a missionary. Many families adopt a missionary family. They pray for them regularly, correspond with them, Skype with them, even brainstorm and work together as a family to meet a special need to bless the missionary or the people they minister to.
Take a mission trip. Another great way for kids to minister is on mission trips. Michelle and her son went to Guatemala recently. Read about their adventure on Butterflies Treasured Wisdom.
With Compassion International you can become a sponsor for a child in another country.
Homeschooling 100 Digits has a post listing several different ministry agencies you and your kids can participate with to minister to others.
If you have a post describing another way to involve children in ministry to others, we’d love to have you leave your comment and link below!
Here are the other posts in the Kids Doing Ministry Series:
- Care Packages for the Homeless
- Wordless Book Bracelets (w/free printable)
- Christmas Tree Ornaments (w/free printable)
- Blessing Sacks
- The Sweet Gospel