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Quietness During the Easter Season

No matter how many services you have, Easter is always an incredibly busy time for children’s pastors. We not only face the pressure of wanting our kids to have a lasting experience of God’s grace, but we also have the pressure from our senior pastors of having to display the “perfect” children’s ministry for our first-time guests.


Five Things Every Ministry Leader Should Be Doing with Their Family

My wife and both of my kids (ages 12 and 14) are VERY involved in our kids’ ministry. They LOVE it! But, I don’t ever want to take that for granted. I want to be proactively working to preserve that spirit and excitement for God, the church, and the ministry. Here are five things I do to help make that happen.


Balancing Work and Home

It was 1984. My medical doctor had just given me bad news. With Christian kindness in his eyes, the doctor said, “You are going to be a fat, dead children’s pastor before age forty and your wife and children won’t care, because they won’t know you.” Wow!