Pastor T’s Weblog

January 17, 2009, 4:15 pm
Filed under: Leadership, Life

Enid Moms Live

Well we have been working hard and it’s finally taken off. has been going great so far.The purpose of this blog is to help connect mother’s through networking and building friendships. This site is available for questions and answers, setting up times to get together, discussions about upcoming church events, etc. All the authors on this blog are mom’s from different walks of life coming together under one common ground – motherhood. Thanks to my wonderful wife, I believe this blog will be a success.

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Getting Ready For Easter
February 7, 2008, 5:55 pm
Filed under: Cool Ideas, Events, Leadership | Tags: , ,

Getting Ready For Easter. Just finished shooting a commercial, it now time to stuff eggs and finish service preparation. This year we’re bring in the youth dance team to preform “What we gonna do?” by tobyMac. Our theme will be Heroes. I’m really Excited!

Big Idea
February 4, 2008, 7:55 pm
Filed under: Cool Ideas, Kidz Church Live, Leadership, Marketing | Tags: , , ,

This we Kidz Church Live is doing something BIG! It called the big idea. Kidz Church and Big Church we teaching the same theme. So last month in Big church they taught on the bible, so Kidz Church taught on the bible. In fact the kids took part in Big Church by leading the adults in a sing along. It was awesome! The adult loved it, they sang, they swayed, they took tons of pictures. This month were are teaching on prayer. The kids of Kidz Church Live involved in the service again. They are the art for the service:







Chris Brown and Elmo Rock it out
November 16, 2007, 5:23 pm
Filed under: Kidz Church Stuff, Leadership, Marketing | Tags: , , , , , ,

Sesame Street! 36 seasons and still doing some of the coolest and most relevant things. But does a preschooler really care if Chris Brown sings or if Matt Lauer spells CAT. The answer is easy. Of course not! Sesame Street reaches more than just preschoolers, it reaches the parents of preschoolers. Parents chose what their kids watch, keeping Sesame Street popular. Does Children’s Ministries appeal to parents? If not, why?