Author Archives: Daniel Kinkade

About Daniel Kinkade

Jesus follower. Husband. Dad. Pastor. Writer.

Kinkade Family: A Personal Update

This post is going to be a different post for me. My posts are usually centered about helping Christ followers, ministry leaders and the like in maturing their faith and circle of influence. For this one, I want to give … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Ministry

Gauging Where People Are Spiritually

When your burden to reach the lost becomes deeper, your passion to reach the lost will become greater. I am convinced that people do not share the Gospel on a frequent basis because they simply do not have a burden … Continue reading

Posted in Discipleship, Leadership, Missions, Theology

My Plea to Christ-Following High School Students

“Daniel, I want to follow Jesus but what about my dreams and desires?” I’ll never forget that conversation I had with a junior high school guy over breakfast one morning. High school students are some of the most intriguing people … Continue reading

Posted in Student Ministry

Three Consistent “Asks” of Kids and Students

There are a lot of “asks” in life. As married adults, our spouses will ask for us to run errands, help fix something, or our opinion on different matters. Kids and teenagers are often asked to do homework, to help … Continue reading

Posted in Discipleship, Family, Kids Ministry, Leadership, Ministry, Student Ministry

3 Things to Remember When Teaching Kids the Bible

One of my absolute favorite things I get to do every week is teach kids the Bible. For some, a room full of elementary kids bouncing off the walls, desiring to play tag with every free minute all while downing … Continue reading

Posted in Discipleship, Family, Kids Ministry, Ministry, Theology

3 Things Christ Following Parents Need to Constantly Remind Their Kids

My wife and I have been parents for a little over 3 years now. We have a 3 1/2 year old daughter and a 4 month old baby boy. No, we are not getting sleep at night and yes, we … Continue reading

Posted in Discipleship, Family, Kids Ministry, Theology

Following Jesus.

We live in a world that embraces superficial things, is always looking for whatever is “new and next,” and will ultimately follow things that are only important to them. The moral compass of what is right and wrong is ever-changing … Continue reading

Posted in Discipleship, Small Groups, Theology