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Every children’s pastor needs to learn how to master the art of “calendaring.” Prioritizing the scope and sequence of your work is the only way to become an effective leader. It doesn’t matter how rich or poor your ministry budget is; everyone gets the same number of hours in a week. What you do with your time will determine how successful your ministry is.
As a children’s ministry student at the University of Valley Forge, I have been ultimately blessed to have had the opportunity to attend the national AG Kidmin 17 Conference this past April. During the three days of the conference, I not only learned so many wonderful things about ways to minister to children, but I also learned a lot about myself.
No matter who is leading or what our kids’ ministries look like, we should all have the same goal in mind: pointing kids to Jesus. With such an important goal and purpose, Kidmin pastors should be well prepared and equipped to spiritually direct kids. One way of being well prepared is to pursue credentialing with the Assemblies of God.