Ministry to the youngest can a huge impact on the life of a church. The Evangelism and Church Health Team assists churches in providing a safe, secure environment where preschoolers and their families know they matter to God and the church.

We provide training and resources to equip churches to lay foundations of faith in the lives of preschoolers and to reach out to families with young children in their community.


Church Health

Why Start Thinking About VBS 2017?

God is at work through the ministry of Vacation Bible School! We hope you are as excited as we are for VBS 2017 and invite you to use the resources and training events we offer to reach more children for Jesus.
December 8, 2016
Church Health

Recognizing Spiritual Transformation

An assignment without a means of measuring success normally ends in frustration or abandonment. In the church, our work is to make disciples. But can you really measure discipleship?
November 8, 2016
Church Health

Recap of Fall Ministry Safe Conferences

The Evangelism & Church Health Team hosted four MinistrySafe Church Safety Trainings in the Northwest part of Arkansas on September 12 and 13.
November 9, 2016
Church Health

How to Develop a Plan for Nurturing the Faith of Your Kids at Home

Nothing happens by accident around our house.  If the lawn has become a cow pasture, then someone must make time to mow.  If the dirty...

November 10, 2016
Church Health

Building the Connection Between Church and Home

The goal of those who teach in the preschool and children’s ministry at church should not only be about what happens in the classroom, but about the impact the time in class has when the child is not at church.
August 18, 2016
Church Health

Five Ways to Make VBS Intentionally Evangelistic

VBS accounts for at least one out of every four baptisms both nationally and in Arkansas. This does not happen by accident; it takes purpose and planning.
April 14, 2016