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We live in a world that emphasizes short-term commitments and where endurance is not a requirement. Yet the reality is this: We need a core of committed workers who can go the distance. If you’re in a difficult season and obstacles seem to block your vision, consider the value of staying put. Look at these key principles and see what God has in store for you.
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.
Great Christian leaders have a strong desire to thrive in ministry and in life. They want their ministry to be significant and successful. Great leaders recognize continually significance and success are results of good habits, and insignificance and unsuccessfulness is a result of bad habits. Find out what five behaviors to model in being an effective Kidmin leader.
Leadership by title only is a lousy way to lead. Don’t be a Lone Ranger. God has given you people to lead. Pray and think about who needs to be in this meeting, who would be offended or devalued if they were not invited. Leaders don't like being surprised, so gather your key leaders together. Explain the idea or task, ask for their input and opinion, and then pray and get back to them with the plan.
This book consists of a selection of blog posts from My Health Church Kids written by 29 different authors, divided into six categories, and transformed into a quick-access guide for Kidmin pastors and leaders.
"Foundations for Children's Evangelism" is split into two parts. The first portion is a wealth of research and writings and the second portion is full of practical ideas, programs, and applications. Author Dick Gruber includes several invaluable appendices that leaders can use to lead a child to Christ and to the baptism of the Holy Spirit, among other resources.