Where to go from here?



At the end of Year C, I will have published three years worth of Lectionary based children’s sermons on this blog. Now I am pondering where to go from here. I have considered continuing to write a children’s sermon for each week but picking a different text. I have also thought about expanding on existing material to include ideas for children’s church. But what I really desire to do is what will be most helpful to those of you in the local church. Please take a moment to let me know what you need and how this blog can continue to support you in ministry.


Peace and thanks!



9 thoughts on “Where to go from here?

  1. Your children’s sermons have been very helpful. Since we have many children who attend worship, but not Sunday School, we are trying to link our children’s worship (ages 3-grade 2) consistent with the lectionary. We’d like these children to hear the children’s sermon, followed by participation in a story/craft/activity/mission that links to the lectionary. So any additional activities that would support the children’s sermon would be very helpful to our children’s worship team.

  2. i would love to see a continuation with the other passages b/c often my scripture wasn’t what you choose to write about thank you!


  3. I am appreciative of your hard work. How bout some object lessons catagorized by topic.

    “The Lord be with you.” Terrie Lynn Bunnell,Pastor

    Perryville United Methodist Church πŸŒ·πŸŒΊπŸŒ»πŸŒΉπŸŒΎπŸ€β›ͺ


  4. Danyelle,

    I have always enjoyed the Little People posts because they help me in talking to my grandchildren about our shared Lord. Also, I have used some of your ideas when giving devotionals to our Ladies Circle at church.

    I hope you continue, yet will understand if you feel God leading you in another direction.


    Delores Thornsberry

  5. oh please continue on πŸ™‚ I appreciate your children’s sermons very much and while I’ve been in a church that doesn’t use children’s sermons I’ve used them in other areas. I am in the process of making some changes so I’d appreciate you using other texts as you feel led to do! Thank you for your hard work and faithful service!!

  6. I am a kindergarten teacher who does the Children’s Conversation at our church. I have found your ideas useful, especially on days when I just don’t have time or energy to create something. Most ministers don’t feel comfortable talking with children, but your profound messages are short and age appropriate. Thank you for your good work. I hope you will continue with this ministry because most people who use your messages will probably not take the time to tell you how much they appreciate your work. but they will miss it if you are stop.

  7. One of very few websites I visit on a weekly basis. You do a great job. I’d prefer at least a continuation of this. No need from me to have to follow the lectionary. Stories in general from the Bible would be fine.

  8. Thank you Danielle for all the hard work. We go to very small country churches (10 – 20 people) with maybe one or two children at each service. I have found your ideas very helpful as the adults listen too and get extra input to the lectionary readings. I am very happy with what you have been doing. God bless.

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