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Starting Well

Leaving something and starting something are two different things. They both have their hurts and their joys, but you must approach them differently.


Tips for Presenting with Excellence

If you’ve ever been leading your service for children and found yourself struggling to capture the attention of your tech team to cue the next media piece without saying, “Hey! Play the video!” then this post may be for you.


The Power of Collaboration

I think God designed His church with the power of collaboration in mind. The apostle Paul writes in 1 Corinthians 12:27, ESV, “Now you are the body of Christ and individually members of it.” Paul intentionally uses the human body to describe the church, which also relies on the power of collaboration to keep our hearts pumping and lungs breathing.


Volunteer Appreciation Ideas

Volunteers are very important, and it’s important for those in leadership to communicate the volunteer’s importance and appreciate all they do within the faith community. Here are some fun and creative ways for you to show appreciation to the volunteers in your children’s ministry and in your whole church!


Benefits of a Husband-Wife Ministry Team

Obviously, not everyone in ministry has a lifetime companion, but those who are married and who are both called into children’s ministry have the benefit of a team effort. This article by Thor Johnson reflects his angle on the benefits of a husband-wife ministry team.


Creating a Nursery Discipleship Environment

While nursery has its challenges, it is the most important ministry within your church. As children's leaders, it is easy to neglect the nursery ministry, because the children are infants and tend to have a very short attention span. However, these early years of our children's lives are the most formative years, where we can be building a strong foundation of faith. Here are a few tips on how to create a nursery environment that will build a foundation of faith for a lifetime.