Answering Kids’ Big Questions
If your kids are anything like mine, they ask a lot of questions. Why do I have to go bed? Why can’t we get a dog? Why is the sky blue? Why is your hair gray? Why? Why? Why?
All of those are great. Asking funny, sincere and sometimes exasperating questions are how kids learn and grow. But let’s face it. Some questions are simply more important than others. Take these, for example:
- How do I become friends with God?
- What does it mean to follow Jesus?
- When can I get baptized?
When our kids start asking us big questions about faith, that’s when we may feel like we’re in a little over our heads.
That’s why we created KidSplash. KidSplash is a fun, interactive experience where kids and parents come together to hear the amazing message of John 3:16 and walk away with practical tools to talk about following Jesus at home.
At our first KidSplash back in 2009, one of the dads who was attending said, “I get this whole relationship God thing for myself, but I just don’t have the words, I don’t have the language, to explain it to my kids.” KidSplash gives parents the words they need to be confident in conversations about faith.
So whether your child is asking questions about baptism or you just want to get the conversation started, come to KidSplash, and we’ll help you find your next step. We won’t help you explain why the sky is blue or why you’re not getting a dog, but we will help you answer the big questions that count.
Our next KidSplash is coming up, Tuesday March 28, 6:30pm in the Auditorium. To register to attend, contact Wende.