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Preparing the Hearts of Kids to Worship

God has perfected praise in the hearts of children. A child will just as naturally shout, “Praise God,” as he will, “Look there’s a butterfly.” So what is it that deters children from worshiping God in our children’s churches? Let's examine four factors contributing to the struggle to get kids to worship: parenting models, volunteer involvement, worldly distractions, and lack of planning.


Truly Effective Ministry Is All About A Destination

Having ministry goals can help increase your ministry effectiveness


Goal Setting

To a leader goals can be a best friend or a worst enemy. Maybe you’ve set a goal and failed miserably to achieve it, failed to set a goal and found yourself lost, or hit your goal early. Regardless of the results, goals are an important part of growing as a leader.


The Power of Now

When it comes to getting things done, there are two types of leaders: There are those who say, “Why do today what I can put off until tomorrow?” Then there are those who say, “I will do today, so I don’t have to do tomorrow?”


Kidmin Assessment Tool

Setting spiritual goals for your children's ministry is a crucial step. But sometimes it's necessary to evaluate where you are first.


<strong>Creating a Safe Environment for Mid-Week Groups</strong>

The midweek setting may look and feel different than Sunday, but it is not a time to scale back the safety of our children. If there is a distinct difference on Sunday and midweek, parents and kids will notice. Mandy Groot outlines a simple “Safety Environment Checklist” for the midweek groups.