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Browsing Posts published in April, 2013

Mark Jones makes an opening point we all relate to. With with wide variety of technology we are able to use, why do people still say, “We didn’t know about it.” Listen to Mark’s podcast with 26 ways to overcome the communication barrier with the people to whom you minister.  Listen now

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Kids’ Ministry Equipper, Greg Baird, in Part 4 of his 5 part post, “5 Elements for Children’s Ministry: Real Service” covers 7 results of providing a “real” service for kids at church; “real service” is defined as a service in which the kids put practical application to their faith. Read it now

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Barcelona Bible Media offers a free kids’ Bible game app with 300 games on over 60 Bible stories with 600+ minutes of play.  See it now

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Kids’ Ministry Leader, Cherie D., recommends the free kids’ ministry lessons offered online by New Spring Church. You need to register and agree to terms to access the resources.   Go now

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Children’s Pastor, Ron Brooks, gives some personal tips on talking to kids about tragedy, personal or tragedies they hear about in the news; Ron also provides resource list of links to articles on talking to kids about tragedy, by both children’s ministry leaders and professional counselors.  Go now

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Kids’ Ministry Equipper, Greg Baird of Kidmin360, guides you into 3 vital ways for leading the kids in your ministry into an authentic worship experience that creates in them a heart for God. Read it now

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Written from the perspective of a staff pastor, Ben Reed, gives 8 lifestyle points that are essential to ensure your kids, especially living life as pastor’s kids, do not end up hating or resenting church. Read it now

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Kidmin leader, Gina McClain reviews the Action Bible which she bought for her kids. It is written as a “graphic novel of Scripture;” Gina has seen great results in her kids’ knowledge of Bible characters and events. Read her review now

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Printable Lesson on Esther by Kelly Henderson to teach kids that “knowing and obeying God’s Word empowers them to refuse to give in to negative influences.” Go now

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