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A local Kidmin leader’s perspective on switching to Tru Fire: “When Tru Fire was presented to our staff, we were impressed by the mission and focus of the curriculum. On further review and research of the program, our love for it continued to grow. Due to the size of our ministry, kids and volunteers, our concern was making the switch to a completely new style of teaching and involvement.”
Volunteers. We truly can’t lead as effectively without them. All of us who are in ministry are familiar with giving high-fives (or for the germ-conscientious, perhaps a fist bump). This article provides five easy and necessary actions to implement with our volunteer leaders.
In JBQ, it is impossible to minister to children and parents if we do not know God’s love for us. We must live in God’s love and demonstrate His love to the children and adults in our JBQ ministry. When parents witness and experience His love, they (as officials) will be able to reflect His love to the children (quizzers). This article points out some good tasks to follow for JBQ officials and leaders.
Six questions that will help you evaluate your leadership training and leadership appreciation: What is something our team should celebrate this week? What is an area within our ministry that needs to be molded and tweaked? What is a responsibility I have or am doing that I need to train and equip someone else to do and begin letting go of? Which child or family within our kids’ ministry can we be there for EXTRA this week? Who was a life saver this week and went above and beyond? What is one reason I still love working in kids’ ministry?