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3 Keys to Building Strong Relationships with Parents

Our purpose with kids goes far beyond the weekend. If we focus solely on the kids and miss relationship with the family, we are losing out on what could be the most fruitful of our efforts. In order to make the most of our time, we must get the parents involved in the spiritual formation of their children by taking these three steps: Communicate, Trust, and Encourage.

AGKidMin17 Conference

The national KidMin17 conference was held April 19-21 at First Assembly in Ft. Wayne, Ind., with over 1,000 kids’ pastors and children’s leaders attending. The following is an overview provided by Danielle Christy, one of the conference attendees.

Be Encouraged

Remembering the vital role you play as a kids’ ministry leader can be difficult in the midst of the daily challenges we face in ministry. Yet it’s essential if we want to continue to grow as a healthy leader and develop healthy ministries. Today, I wanted to highlight three simple ways you can remind yourself of the important role you’re playing and find encouragement in the work you’re doing as a kids’ ministry leader.