Kids



A Second Look at the Fatherhood of God

Dads, this season of pandemic has shifted your role in ways that you were not prepared for. Dads who love to be problem solvers, could not solve Covid-19. Dads who...



Reopening Church: What It Means for Kids

June is here, the weather is warming up, and signs of life are emerging throughout the city as businesses and organizations re-open their doors. Eastbrook is also making plans to...



Talking about Race—Is It Ever Too Early?

In the past, we’ve thought that simply modeling fair treatment for all would be enough for our kids to grow up without prejudice. Research shows, however, that race must be...



VBS 2020

As you might imagine, planning camp programming for this summer has been quite a journey! The children’s ministry team has worked on a number of different strategies for offering the...



Summer Camp 2020

When you have school-age kids, May is a month of transition. It’s a series of “lasts” – last tournament, last concert, last banquet, last day of school. This year, sadly,...



Mother’s Day 2020

Moms, you have been called to a task you did not sign up for—to parent through the most unique era in modern history. Here at Eastbrook, some of our children’s...



Frayed Nerves? Give Yourself a Time-Out

No doubt about it–as the Safer at Home order is extended and one rainy day follows another, tensions mount, and family relationships are strained.  This week, 5th-6th Grade Coordinator Megan...



Pray MKE with Kids

Last month Eastbrook Church was invited to join other area churches in signing up for an hour of prayer, covering our city in 24/7 prayer, around the Covid-19 pandemic. K5-1st...



Special Needs and Sensory Activities

This week’s several members of our Eastbrook Kids Special Needs Resource Team have come together to develop this list of sensory activities you can try during this season of Safer-at-Home...



This Year, It’s Holy Week at Home

If there was ever a year to be intentional about leading your kids through the events of Holy Week and Easter, this just may be the year. Throughout my years...


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