TOP 
Spark Schedule

 

Rotation 1
Yellow Bands
10:00 am
Opener
10:30 am
Game Rotation
11:15 am
Creative Craft
12:00
Lunch
12:30 pm
Incredible Edible Devotions
1:30 pm
The Big Idea & Prayer
3:00 pm
Departure
Rotation 2
Blue Bands
10:00 am
Opener
10:30 am
Creative Craft
11:15 am
Incredible Edible Devotion
12:00 pm
Lunch
12:30 pm
Game Rotation
1:30 pm
The Big Idea & Prayer
3:00 pm
Departure
Rotation 3
Red Bands
10:00 am
Opener
10:30 am
Incredible Edible Devotion
11:15 am
Game Rotation
12:00
Lunch
12:30 pm
Creative Craft
1:30 pm
The Big Idea & Prayer
3:00 pm
Departure
TOP 

 

Rotation Descriptions

 

BIG-IDEAThe Big Idea is our closing session for the Spark Conference.  In this session all of the boys and girls will come together to experience live worship as a large group and to hear The Big Idea!   This will be a culuminating experience that is designed to Spark in their lives a big idea that God loves them and He has made them for fellowship with God, other Christians those who don't know God yet.   It is a big idea that will prayerfully guide them through their life.   Our new theme is Superhero.  The big idea this year is that God is bigger than any superhero and he wants to be the hero of our lives.   When we give our lives to Him he will make us super too.

 

DEVOTION ROTATION2The greatest spark that we can give to a boy or girl is the ability to know how to read God's Word on their own and have their own devotions.   At Spark we believe in the motto, "Taste and See that the Lord is good!"  Our devotion rotation is designed to help boys and girls k5-3rd grade have their own devotions and will give them resources to keep learning on their own.  It is also designed to make sure that it is a tasty adventure.    Time will be spent learning how to read God's Word for life application, how to pray during devotions and how to hear God's voice.  What better way to spark spiritual growth?

 

GAME-ROTATION2The Spark Big Event is going to be fun! We have included a game rotation that will get all the boys and girls having fun with other kids from the region.   One of our goals for the games rotation is that boys and girls will develop life-long friendships as they play together.   Games and recreation are an integral part of the Spark Experience.   If we can get kids playing together, having fun and developing genuine friendships we feel they will have social connections that will be a positive influence the rest of their lives.

 

 

CRAFT-ROTATIONThe Creative Craft Rotation will reinforce and introduce the concepts for The Big Idea Session.   It will be hands on and the cost of registration will cover the costs for the craft.  Everyone will go home with a craft that will remind them of the Spark Experience.  Our goal for this rotation is that boys and girls will have fun and have a craft that they are proud of.   It will be great!

lunchtimeYes, lunch time is a Spark Experience.  Lunch  is included in your registration cost.  Adults who attend the Spark Big Event will be charged $5 for the cost of the meal.  After that their Spark Conference cost is free.  

TOP 

 

 

Spark Speakers
jennhewitt

Jenn Hewitt

Spark Big Idea Speaker
Port Edwards, WI

Jenn is the Children’s Pastor at Christian Life Fellowship in Port Edwards, WI. Jenn is a Children's Ministry veteran who will have an exciting presentation for all of our Spark participants. Come excited. We know Jenn will!

 

 

reschke

Nathan Reschke

Games Rotation Extraordinaire
Green Bay, WI

Nathan Reschke is the children's pastor at Green Bay First Assembly.  Nathan has some awesome games planned rain or shine.  The boys and girls will have a blast.

 

 

holly

Holly Behm

Incredible Edible Devotion Rotation
Kaukana, WI

Holly has served in various churches throughout the Wisconsin/Nortern Michigan Ministries network as a children's ministry leader. Holly is wonderfully gifted and will serve up a devo that is incredible and edible. Bon Appetit!

 

tim hartwell

Tim Hartwell

Creative Craft Consultant
Portage, WI

Tim is the Children's Pastor is at Crosspoint Assembly of God in Portage. Tim is a great children's pastor and fantastic artist. You will love the craft for this year's Spark. .

 

 

jennhewitt

Dynamic Worship

Jenn Hewitt
Port Edwards, WI

Jenn Hewitt will be brining a team to lead us in worship for the day.  It promises to be lively and upbeat.

 

 

kilcoyne

Mark Kilcoyne

Event Coordinator
Waupaca, WI

Mark serves as the discipleship director for the Wisconsin/Northern Michigan Ministries Network. In this role he oversees the children's ministries for the network. Spark is a continuation of the vision Mark has to reach all boys and girls with the Good News of Jesus.

TOP 

 

How To Attend

 

 

Location:

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
1460 Shawano Ave,
Green Bay, WI 54303
Questions -Phone: 715-258-8118

This is next location for our regional Spark Big Events.  If your church would be interested in this regional concept, please give us a call at 715-258-8118.   The Spark Big Event is sponsored by the Discipleship Ministries of the Wisconsin/Northern Michigan Ministries Network.   We also host the Kids Blast Winter Conference for 3rd-6th graders at the Kalahari and Kids Camps at Spencer Lake and Assembly Park during the summer.  You can find out more about these on other pages in our wnmdkids.org website.

 

Info & Pricing

We want every boy and girl who can to attend this big event.  So we are setting a price that should be affordable for almost all families.  The cost for the big event is $22.  This will include the cost for admission as well as lunch and the craft for the day.   We think this a great deal.   You can register online by following the included links.  If you have questions please call us at 715-258-8118.   The registration is designed for church groups; however, individual registrations are accepted if a parent is registering the child. Parents are encouraged to attend with their child.  Groups must register adult sponsors to attend with the children to help them throughout the day.   The price for adults is just $7.  This will cover the cost of lunch.  We think that 1 adult for every 8 children is a good ratio for this age group.