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Open Your Eyes to Local Children in Need

In James 1:27, the Bible says, “Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world” (NIV).


How to Create a RACI Kids’ Ministry

Building a RACI kids’ ministry is a great way to equip volunteers and create accountability. Earlier this week, I shared a few reasons embracing the RACI model of leadership can improve our effectiveness in ministry [LINK TO: “The Most Effective Kids’ Ministries are RACI” blog post]. Today, I wanted to take it a step further . . .


Choosing the Right Curriculum for Your Children’s Ministries

It can be overwhelming to know which curriculum is the best fit for your ministry. To make that decision, you need a good idea of where your kids are spiritually and then determine a goal for their spiritual development. Here are some tips to help you pick the right curriculum for your kids.


Six Questions to Ask before Implementing a New Idea

Sometimes we overestimate our own creativity and cleverness. We think we’re so smart that we know exactly what we need to do in a given situation without consulting God or others. It’s a sad situation that I see repeated over and over in Kids' Ministry.


Three Keys to Adding More Volunteers to Your Ministry Team

It’s a question I get asked on a regular basis: “How do you get folks in the church to volunteer when they think it is the children’s pastor’s job to do the ministry?”