Christ-Centered Bible Studies for Kids, Students and Adults
Ep. 36: The Goal of Gospel Ministry to Preteens
| Aaron Armstrong
Preteens find themselves in a very interesting stage of development—they’re not quite children, but they’re not teens either (and often have some of the best and most awkward elements of both). So how does our approach to ministering to them grow as they do? Brian and Aaron discuss as they continue a five-part series devoted to the goals for growing every age group deeper in the gospel through a “head/heart/hands” perspective:
Head: focusing on orthodoxy, right belief
Heart: focusing on orthopathy, right feeling
Hands: focusing on orthopraxy, right behavior
We hope you’ll find this episode helpful in seeking to minister to the children in our churches and families.
Aaron Armstrong is the author of several books including Epic: The Story that Changed the World, Awaiting a Savior, and the screenwriter of the documentary Luther: the Life and Legacy of the German Reformer. From August 2016 until September 2021, Aaron was the Brand Manager of The Gospel Project and publishing team leader for The Gospel Project for Adults. Follow him on Twitter.