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Leadership Means Speaking the Truth

Kidmin leaders must learn how to have difficult conversations, how to speak the truth in love to each other. This is a critical part of the body of Christ growing together in maturity. Brent Colby addresses this awkward time in ministry that many leaders hope to elude.


3 Misconceptions about the Gospel

How do we equip kids to share their faith and help them understand the task to “go into all the world”? The following three insights may help clear up some misconceptions as you help kids become confident and effective as they take their role in the Great Commission.


Evaluating Your Service to Volunteers

Six questions that will help you evaluate your leadership training and leadership appreciation: What is something our team should celebrate this week? What is an area within our ministry that needs to be molded and tweaked? What is a responsibility I have or am doing that I need to train and equip someone else to do and begin letting go of? Which child or family within our kids’ ministry can we be there for EXTRA this week? Who was a life saver this week and went above and beyond? What is one reason I still love working in kids’ ministry?


Relating Through Small Groups

Kids build relationships through interaction and shared experiences. Small groups can facilitate those relationships between children and their leader. A small-group leader takes time to relate to each child, and not only by name. This leader may be the adult a child can look up to, a leader who can know and care when the child is missing, sick, or distraught. Check out three pointers that can help kids build strong relationships through small groups.


7 Tips to Improve Your Small-Group Discussions with Kids

If we are truly going to support parents in the ministry to children, then we must ensure that the small-group times are maximized. If we look closely at our ministries, it’s the small group, highly-relational times that have the biggest potential for making a long-term impact. This article provides seven tips that will help you coach your small-group leaders as they lead discussion times.


Helping Girls Reach Their Potential

Girls everywhere deal with things like insecurity, difficult family situations, friendship struggles, and so much more. What would it look like if we could help meet their needs head-on instead of reacting to issues later? Our girls are exploding with untapped potential, and we have the ability to help prepare them to discover God’s purpose for their lives.