Clown Ministry Insights


Touching the Heart

By Rev. Randy Christensen www.RandysInfo.com In our communication with our audiences, it’s important that we recognize the role of “heart-touching.” I do not propose that we emotionally manipulate our audiences, yet we must realize that the majority of people do not come to faith relationship with Christ due to intellectual stimulation. If you have a […]...

Posted on September 2, 2013


CLOWN MINISTRY: WHERE TO BEGIN

By Janet “Jellybean” Tucker  –  Former Three-Time WCA Clown Ministry Director Several years ago when I was Clown Ministry Director for WCA, I received many letters – and now that I again have this office, I am beginning already to get inquiries, the main one being “How do I get started in Clown Ministry?” Interestingly, […]...

Posted on September 2, 2013


Humility and Honoring

Humility and Honoring By Randy Christensen “Let another praise you, and not your own mouth; someone else, and not your own lips.” Proverbs 27:2 (The Holy Bible) Most faith systems have proverbs that recount these same values.  Greatness grows through humility.  Strength comes through meekness.  Modesty is a sign of confidence.  Bragging is a sign […]...

Posted on June 16, 2011


EPIC Clowning!

EPIC Clowning! Randy Christensen In the book, “The Gospel According to Starbucks,” author Leonard Sweet shares the steps to having an epic experience. He talks about how the coffee giant, Starbucks, has become what it is today, and why. He compares the Starbucks philosophy to churches that are offering effective ministry. I found this book […]...

Posted on June 16, 2011


Otherness

Otherness    With Randy Christensen My clown journey began when I encountered kids in a children’s hospital.  I saw the expressions on their faces.  I heard the energy return to their voices.  I sensed the joy and hope increase in each room.  Previously, I did not want to be a clown.  I thought people would laugh […]...

Posted on June 16, 2011


Connections

Connections    –               With Rev. Randy Christensen “Can you hear me now?”. Cell phones keep parents connected with kids and keep kids connected with their friends. Cell phones usually give instant connections. Distance is no longer an inhibitor for people connecting. Did you know? More than 150 million […]...

Posted on June 16, 2011