Disciplemaking

Ministries

Contacts

Children's Commission
Kim Greenleaf, Head
ksgreenleaf@gmail.com

Legacy Builders
Rev. Carl Schmidt, Head
caschnidt51@gmail.com

Missions Commission
Rev. Rob Douglas, Head
douglasr@cmawpa.org

Quizzing Commission
Mr. Kenneth Sproul
kasproul@comcast.net

Youth Commission
Rev. Steve Chapple
steve.chapple@
warrenalliance.org

District Office:
Ruby Piszker
814-938-6920
piszkerr@cmawpa.org

What's new for 2017-2018...

Thank you for supporting the WPA District Children's Missions Projects since it was introduced in our district.  From 2002 through 2016, donations from the yearly project have totaled $216,068.93.  We have helped children all over the world living in; Mongolia, Russia, Chile, Mali, Africa, Indonesia...purchase medical supplies, books, van, renovations, furnishings for schools, Sunday schools supplies brick and much more.  Your generous offerings are vital in helping to "Push Back the Darkness."  

The Children's Mission Project for 2017-2018 is...Atlanta Arms of Love.  Mark and Cheryl Grossoehme are embracing a new ministry with Envision Atlanta. They  need your support as they take on the challenge to establish an afterschool program for these refugee children. The Grossoehmes believe that the most important thing is to love them and introduce them to Jesus.

Please help the refugee children of Clarkston, Georgia.

Resources Available:
     • Flyer
     • PowerPoint                                                                                 

 
                   
     • Activity Pages
            1. Activities
               2. Coloring Pages
               3. Heavenly Treasures
               4. Word Game - All Sins Forgiven
               5. Wise Sayings

     • Pencils                                                          
     • Labels        

  To get a copy of the PowerPoint and/or to order resources, call the District Office at 814-938-6920 or email piszkerr@cmawpa.org.  Supplies are limited.


Why Children's Ministry Matters

 

Children in your church and communities live in a world of technology, speed, space, completion, fear and insecurity.  Children's workers face an awesome responsibility to meet the challenge of reaching today's children.

Childhood is a time of significant cognitive, emotional, physical and social development.  As children try to understand this complex world they seek role models and security.  What better place to find these than in the local church and its outreach programs!  In order to meet these needs of children, the Children's Disciplemaking Team endeavors to equip ministry workers with the strategies needed to reach the unique needs of this age group.  We realize they are not miniature adults.  However, their learning capacity at this stage of life is tremendous.  The desire to learn of God will never be greater.  Time and resources must not be spared lest we miss this opportunity to see boys and girls won to Jesus Christ, become disciples, and an integral part of our local churches.

Christ modeled the importance of Children's Ministry as stated in Mark 10:13-16, "...Let the children come to me and do not hinder..."

Our Team seeks to provide information, encouragement, training, networking and resources to children's coordinators, workers and pastors.

We desire to:
Network with district children's coordinators
Encourage local children's workers and leaders
Sponsor area training events

Recommend quality children's disciplemaking curriculum