I am currently attending NBBC in Wisconsin. I recently got involved with an extension program. This program takes students from the school and sends them all over Wisconsin to help churchs with their needs. My pastor of my extension church recently asked me to take over junior church. I have been doing so. I feel a problem with my material is that it brings way too much attention to the characters instead of to God. My age group is 4-6 by the way. I think a program that does a great job of the right focus are catechisms. Now I am wondering what do you think about catechisms? The one I was thinking about was the Westminster Shorter. I know it is really deep information but isn't it best to begin early? I look upon my younger years and wish that would have been the case. Can my age group handle some of the information with me trying desperately to get it to their level? I know it is complicated but I am thinking with enough effort and application and creative ideas I can make it work. Is it possible?