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Every year thousands of kids are dramatically changed by the power of God at camp. This camp experience usually lasts four or five days, and if we as children’s ministry leaders aren’t careful, we can miss out on the chance to capitalize on this incredible time. Here are three things you can do to make sure your campers’ experience doesn’t end when they get in the van to come home.
A vibrant kids’ ministry requires passionate people who are inspired by a vision and well-equipped to live it out. But how can you ignite that passion in your church as a way to recruit new volunteers to serve in your ministry? Today, I wanted to cap things off with some creative ideas you can implement in your ministry.
We all know you can’t just let teenagers loose in your ministry and expect success. It takes time, training, prayer, and more training! It might require more effort to have teens involved in your ministry, but in so many other ways it makes your ministry better! Yes, it’s a dilemma, but imagine a kids’ ministry once you begin using teens as volunteers.
As a children’s pastor, you might not be able to formulate your church’s assimilation process, but there are definitely things you can do to speak into it. Here are three ways you can play an active role in your church’s connection process and recruit volunteers who are passionate about kids’ ministry.
When it comes to creating a Spirit-empowered kids’ ministry, the challenges for many leaders have never been greater. Trying to reach kids in a culture where “going to church” is no longer the norm has created a series of new challenges that weren’t an issue a decade ago.
The Church is a tapestry of multiple generations. Each generation has a need to interact with other people in a meaningful way. By involving multiple generations in ministry to kids, you can help create a culture of connectivity within your church and simultaneously nurture healthy disciples.