Kidology Theorems Zone
Before the website, Kidology started with the launch of Karl's first book, The Kidology Handbook. Then came the Kidology University Conference (we did 15 in 3 states!), followed by the website in 1994. It all began with the Study of Kidology - studying how kids think, relate, communicate and learn, and relating to their world! For over 25 years Kidology.org has grown, with new resources and curriculum added weekly, but the study of kids has never stopped!
For 2022, we're returning to that initial focus with a weekly THEOREM on the Study of Kids! Our newsletter, Pastor Karl's Ministry Tips, will focus on just ONE of the Kidology Theorems each week. You can also check out the full list of theorems or read ones you missed as they are added by visiting here each week.
May the learning continue on how to Reach and Teach kids for Jesus!‹ Back to Zones
I remember it like it was yesterday....
Kidology Theorem #40 - Be thankful for the kids who drive you nuts.
|Kidology Theorem #40|
A lesson without a story is an incomplete lesson.
Kidology Theorem #42 - Kids might miss the lesson if you leave out the story.
|Kidology Theorem #42|
Growing Up vs. Growing Old
Kidology Theorem #45 - How to stay childlike but not childish
|Kidology Theorem #45|
The post that bugs me the most
Kidology Theorem #50 - Make every minute of your ministry count!
|Kidology Theorem #50|