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Ryan Frank posted on his blog these 15 tips to improve your ministry wisdom by Dwight L. Moody. Go now

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Tips for helping special needs kids to work in groups by Katie Wetherbee.  Go now

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Church4EveryChild posted this detailed article written by a doctor as a guide to assist Children’s & Youth Pastors to better understand and serve the families of bipolar children. Go now

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Kids’ ministry leader, Justyn Smith, compares church impact on the childhood of a famous performer with the lasting impact you make on the children in your kids’ ministry and its potential to keep them from a lifetime of bad decisions. Go Now

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Kids’ Ministry Equipper, Greg Baird, discusses how your leadership and the leadership you pour into your key leaders, determines the success of your ministry.  Go Now

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Kids’ ministry leader, Misty Phillips, attended and evaluated a monthly “Family Experience” service at The Crossroads in Quincy, IL.  This mega church with 6 campuses has proven to create lasting benefits for both the kids and parents with this monthly special event.  Read Misty’s list of “6 Wins” from a Family Experience service- Go Now

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Ryan Frank, kids’ ministry leader and publisher of K!Magazine, posted a brief but thought-provoking article that helps you evaluate whether you are starting to view ministry more from short-term perspectives due to difficulties or staying focused on the more important long-term goals. Go Now

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Kids’ Ministry Leader, Jeremy Echols, has a good, practical post called, “7 Tips for Leading Response Time in Worship,” which helps you with the practical side of taking kids through a response to the salvation message.  Go Now

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Though this post is by a senior pastor, expressing 10 main points he has learned from 25 years of ministry, they are sound, across the board principles that apply to all of us in ministry. Read Bill Shuler’s post now.

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Time Investment

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This is a fantastic post by KidMin360 leader/pastor, Greg Baird. He gives you 10 essential points to make your life and ministry more effective.  “Time. The most important resource you possess.  How you invest it is critical, because unlike most other resources, you cannot recoup it once it’s gone.  And yes, I said “invest” instead […]

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This post by Kristin Charles gives you 6 strategies to prevent tantrums and 6 methods of responding, as well as some foundational advice.  Go now

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This .pdf by LOGOS Ministry gives a detailed coverage of how all the aspects of church life should effectively work to bring children to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.  23 Factors are identified as being necessary for a ministry to have consistent discipleship of kids.  Go now

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Here is an online copy of NorthPoint church’s Flow Chart for their Children’s Ministry Staff on all 3 campuses, as well as a Volunteer to Staff Organizational Charts.  Go now.

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Children’s Pastor, Jeff McClung, explains how to be more proactive than reactive in all the “putting out fires” that goes on in kids’ ministry.  Go now

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Pastor Justyn Smith gives good advice in this series of 3 posts on helping kids to understand  the importance of giving to an “invisible” God.   Post 1 Post 2 Post 3

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Dan Scott has a great post on this topic. “The budget process doesn’t have to be wrought with heartache and despair. It can be exciting and full of dreaming big about where God is leading your ministry for the coming year…” Click here to continue.

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Children’s Ministry Leader, Joe McAlpine, has a free download copy of his Volunteer Handbook online, called CK Handbook.  Go there now.

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Meetings Done Right

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This is a helpful post by CM leader Joel McAlpine on how to effectively promote and run meetings so that your volunteers will be glad to come.  Go now

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