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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.
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.
Communication—good or bad—affects the atmosphere and environment of your ministry. It can determine your ability to keep a great team together. In church work, where a leader is more dependent on volunteers than in most organizations, the need for great communication is even more critical.
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.