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Browsing Posts published in October, 2012

This series of articles by Lifeway Kids covers habits of successful kids ministers.  Start here

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Churches are continuing to lose kids and youth at an ever increasing rate?  Wonder why?  Kids’ Ministry Equipper, Gordon West, and President of Kidz at Heart International–a global children’s ministry training agency, provides you with words of truth and wisdom from the heart of an experienced pastor.  Read the answer now

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LifeChurch.tv provides many free resources on their LifeChurch.tv Open site; you need to register and agree not to re-sell or publish the materials but they are free to use at your church.  Read the FAQ’s here You can find 15+ downloadable preschool worship songs from their “In the Beginning” series here.  Below their graphic, you […]

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Great post by Children’s Ministry Equipper, Greg Baird, of Kidmin 360, explaining how we can easily get ministry “backwards”  unless we understand this essential point…. Read now

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Read the full list of breakout sessions for the 2013 CPC kids’ ministry conference- complete with speakers, topics, and class descriptions.  Go now

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Sooner or later, we all deal with volunteers that have a negative attitude. We do not want it to affect immediate ministry or other volunteers. James Pomeroy of truministry.com offers these 4 practical ways to handle negative volunteers.  Read it now

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Kidz at Heart International is stepping up to be one of the few offering a bilingual kids’ ministry conference in the US.  The first one will be  held in Mesa, Arizona, on November 2 & 3, 2012. Gordon says, “With the help of some godly Hispanic leaders from churches across America, KidZ At Heart is […]

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Kids’ Pastor, GJFarmer, reminds us that in our quick-changing culture, there is not one technology method that is completely effective in communicating with your volunteers.  Read his post to evaluate what will work best for you. Go now

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Ekids Elementary Curriculum “Greater” from ElevationChurch.org  is online and includes a series overview and 5 weeks of large and small group lessons.  You must register to view/use it.  Go now

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Kids’ Pastor, Sam Luce, posted the notes from his breakout session at Lifeway’s Kids’ Ministry Conference.  Be challenged as Sam leads you through 5 things vital to your life and ministry.  Read it now

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Newspring Church has a free kids’ series called, “On the Farm,” about the Fruit of the Spirit.  You have to register to use their site.  Go now

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Blog author, Wendy, provides another article on the importance of preparing and building confidence in your new small group leaders by having them apprentice!  Great and valuable idea. Read it now

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Sojourn Kids shares 2 free preschool group games and 2 free elementary group games that they used on Day 1 of their “Clap Your Hands! Stomp Your Feet! VBS  Read them now

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Have you been put on the spot with a kids’ question about God that you didn’t know the answer to, or do you worry about kids asking questions you cannot answer, Wendy, blog author, gives some helpful suggestions so you can lead your kids’ ministry small group with confidence!  Read it now

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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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