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5 things I’m learning from my Pastor

At the Church where I serve, I sit under the leadership of a man who has been in the ministry for over 30 years and has served as Senior Pastor for 25 years at the same church.  I am thankful… Continue Reading →

3 Ways to Pray for Kid’s Salvation

If your in children’s ministry, I hope that you take the time to pray for the kids in your ministry. If you have larger numbers you may need to oversee a team of people who are routinely praying for the… Continue Reading →

5 Ways to Brush up Your People Skills

If your leading a ministry people skills are a must. While the Lord seems to give some a natural ability to connect with others, we have to work at it.  If you’re not naturally a people person that doesn’t mean… Continue Reading →

VBS is over, Now What? 3 Things You Should Do

Its Vacation Bible School season for sure. Facebook is littered with VBS invites, pictures of decorations, and stressed out Kidmin Leaders. Vacation Bible School is one of those events that we can put a ton of time, energy, and resources… Continue Reading →

Are you Getting the Most out of Facebook for Kidmin?

There are many opinions about how to use Facebook in your children’s ministry.  Do I need a Facebook Page? Do I need a group that is closed or open?  Can I post pictures of kids?  How do I use it… Continue Reading →

KidMin Leadership with Jason Underhill and Heidi Hensley

I had a chance to catch up with two of the top Children’s Ministry Leaders in the US. Jason Underhill and Heidi Hensley have years of experience in leading team and growing ministries that have an eternal impact on kids. … Continue Reading →

7 Ideas for Midweek Summer Nights

Here at Mars Hill we use the Awana program for our preschoolers and elementary students during the school year. I can’t say enough good things about the program, our kids love it and our leaders do as well. During the… Continue Reading →

5 People you should be following.

In the KidMin world there are tons of people who are ready to give advice for  any situation you have. While these people mean well, I am not sure the advice is always sound. Everyone has their own opinion on… Continue Reading →

A few ideas for your Easter Egg Hunt

In years past, we had the traditional Easter Egg Hunt the Saturday before Easter Sunday. We planned for 30-40 kids, shared a quick Easter story and let them head outside for eggs. About 3 years ago my team and I… Continue Reading →

1. Understand that its more about church culture than it is about fancy recruiting methods

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