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4 Important Keys to Leading Volunteers

When leading volunteers, there are some things I believe will help build volunteers into a ministry team: be personal, be flexible, be someone volunteers will follow, be a good communicator.


3 Vital Questions to Ask Before Relaunching Kidmin

The answer to this daunting question will largely depend on your lead pastor and the location of your church. You may find it difficult to determine a date to relaunch children ministry. However, before you do, ask yourself these 3 vital questions about relaunching.


5 Key Qualities of a Rockstar Kid's Leader

Ministry is much more effective when you're surround by a team to help you. Here are 5 key qualities to look for in your kid's leaders.


It Takes a Village

Children's ministry has to go beyond simply serving children during their services to help establish a faith that lasts a lifetime. To do this, it takes a village.


Leading Your Team Through Change

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.


<em>6 Children's Ministry Essentials</em> Book Review

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.