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Greg Baird, Children’s Ministry Equipper and author of Kidmin360, provides 5 main points with subpoints on how to create a healthy kids’ ministry. The article was initially written to senior church leaders  but can be easily applied by any church leadership. Read it now

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Lynda Freeman, guest author for Kidmin1124.com has a series of 5 detailed articles on 5 Essentials  for Your Volunteers. They are written in reverse order, countdown style, starting with #5.  Use the links below to improve the health, quality, and longevity of your kids’ ministry volunteers. Essential #5 Essential #4 Essential #3 Essential #2 Essential […]

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Kids’ Pastor Ron Brooks shares 4 beneficial steps to improving your skills when teaching and telling stories to kids. As Ron mentions, kids do not have the self-control of adults to listen even if they are not interested, effective teaching takes place as we engage kids’ attention through these ways… Read it now

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Kids’ Pastor, Gina McClain, describes a process of change that took place effectively in her ministry by using the key skill of projecting outcomes.  Read now

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Kids’ Ministry Equipper, Greg, Baird,  says, “By necessity, ministry – children’s & family, in particular – requires us to lead in perhaps the hardest leadership arena possible: the volunteer arena. Here’s a framework  I have found successful for leading leaders…”  Read his post now on his 5 key elements

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This is a great article by Ryan Frank of Kidzmatter with 8 quick, practical, beneficial tips to improve your people skills with parents, volunteers, staff, etc.  Read it now

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Dr. Tim Elmore from Growing Leaders shares 2 ways to teach kids responsibility at an early age. Read it now

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The is a free downloadable manual by an insurance company with safety guidelines specifically for kids and youth ministry workers, including screening forms and injury forms.  Go now for your free copy.

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Kids’ Ministry Volunteer, Julia Price, shared her testimony about initial recruitment to kids’ ministry, how the ministry progressed and how her calling has developed.  Read now

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This is a video interview with Meaghan Wall, the Special Needs Coordinator at Stonebriar Community Church, sharing her passion for special needs ministry. Listen now

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Humorous but helpful article by CMMagazine about 25 things NOT to do with your volunteers, called, “How to Lose Your Volunteers in 25 Days.”  (Article is divided over several pages) Go now

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This article is the first in a series to help you set up a system of volunteer support and encouragement that will be effective but still one that you can maintain without being overwhelmed. Provided by the “About the Children’s Ministry Department” website. Go now

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Veteran Children’s Ministry Equipper, Roger Fields, provides a post to help propel your ministry forward and assist you in avoiding or correcting common mistakes in children’s ministry. Read it now

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Pleasant Valley Baptist Church posted this free video idea on visitor follow-up called MZBC Skit. Watch it now

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This post by the “Help! I’m a Children’s Pastor” blog is filled with advice for Pastors and Ministry Leaders who are starting a children’s ministry in a new church and have been asked to start a children’s ministry from scratch. Go now

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EpicParent.tv has a blog post written by guest author, Scott Volltrauer, on communicating more effectively with your kids. It is written from a parent’s perspective, but is also helpful for ministry leaders working with kids and teens. It provides examples of a communicating specifically with a few different personality types plus 5 communication strategies.  Go […]

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Children’s Ministry Equipper, Greg Baird, offers advice for recruiting volunteers in his series, What Kidmin Leaders Do: Build Teams.  This is part three with 5 ways that build appeal with the people in your congregation. Read it now

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Article by JC, a preteen pastor< with suggestions for introducing parents to your ministry and ultimately recruiting more volunteers.  Read Now http://jcisonline.com/short-term-volunteers/

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Jackie Glass has written a very helpful, brief 5 point article of simple, practical ways any ministry leader can help families of divorce. Read it Now Jackie is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Bachelor’s Degree from Moody Bible Institute with a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Trinity International University.  

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Children’s Ministry Equipper, Roger Fields, states that no other ministry leader needs as many strong leaders as the kids’ ministry leader. Read his 7 Ingredients for Building a Cool Kidmin Team. Go Now

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