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Browsing Posts published in November, 2012

Student and Family Pastor, Michael Bayne, shares his top 10 recommended apps for making your iPad a powerful ministry tool instead of an oversized phone or time waster. Read it now

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Kids’ Pastor, Jeff McClung, describes his personal experience with criticism of major kids’ ministry outreach events and parallels it to an example in Jesus’ ministry to show you how to better deal with your critics. Read it now

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Michael Bayne, Student and Family Ministries Pastor, describes his own progress in confronting overwhelming tasks in life and ministry. Read his 5 points of wisdom on how you can confront ministry challenges and progress without neglecting other important life/ministry aspects. Go now

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Kids’ Ministry Equipper, Greg Baird of Kidmin 360,  posted an article by guest author, John Wilson things we might consider inconveniences and why these challenges are necessary for us to become better leaders. Read it now

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What do you do when nothing seems to work when a special needs child goes into a “meltdown?”  Guest author, Jessica, on Sensory Speak website provides some words of wisdom for effective solutions with your special needs kids.  Read it now

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Children’s Pastor and Kids’ Ministry Equipper, Brian Dollar describes for you his annual Kids in Worship event, in which the kids’ run the evening sanctuary service, complete with worship, scripture passages, and prayer for needs. It is one of the favorite events of their church’s calendar year! Read it now

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How often have you heard that today’s kids are irresponsible, apathetic, etc.? Angela Maiers challenges this idea with why today’s kids are different from the previous generation. Read it now

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Kids’ Pastor, Sam Luce, gives you a printable, complete lesson on Ex. 20:3 with memory verse, skit, object lessons, story, and small group activity. See it now

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Kidologist, Karl Bastian, has some great advice on how to effectively teach your kids, even with a large age range, and not lose anyone. Read it now

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Kids’ Pastor, Ben Fowlkes, asked input from children’s pastors in a variety of Kidmin settings on whether or not parents should be required to serve in children’s ministry. Read their responses now

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Start using this vital, stategic idea in your Kidmin to equip parents to disciple their children using family milestone celebrations.  Pastor Brian, creator of Legacy Milestone strategy has a doctorate in discipleship and family ministry, and explains how to begin Milestone Celebrations and teach them to the parents in your congregation. Read it now

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Kids’ Pastor, Sam Luce, has posted complete conference notes online from his “Leading for the Long Haul” conference class for kidmin leaders.  Benefit from his input on motivation, maturity, discouragement, and leaving a legacy. Great words! Read them now

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Children’s Ministry Leader, Jeff McClung, has a vidoe blog for you with the key of getting kids to respond the way you want, whether it is during worship, small groups, in serving, etc. Listen to it now

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Henry put up a blog post on Centrikid Camp’s Blog with a free object lesson on Psalm 97, “The hills melt like wax at the presence of the Lord” relating it to God’s protection of us. Read it now

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Kidmin leader, Barbara Graves, shares from personal experience 3 effective ways to raise a child with a heart for ministry. Read it now

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Steven Knight, kids’ ministry leader and guest author on Kidmin 360, shares 3 helpful insights for training new volunteers in your children’s ministry. Read it now

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Kids’ Pastor and Children’s Ministry Equipper, Brian Dollar, shares some wisdom on 4 things to be on guard for that can kill the momentum of even the best run children’s ministries.  Read it now

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