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When a kids’ pastor must take on many responsibilities outside of his area of ministry, the question often becomes, “When do I actually get to work with kids?” How can you best manage your time so that the 10 percent of time spent doing what you love makes the biggest impact? Here are five tips that can help strengthen your time management and leadership skills.
Great Christian leaders have a strong desire to thrive in ministry and in life. They want their ministry to be significant and successful. Great leaders recognize continually significance and success are results of good habits, and insignificance and unsuccessfulness is a result of bad habits. Find out what five behaviors to model in being an effective Kidmin leader.
It’s imperative that kids’ ministry leaders be intentional about defining roles and responsibilities for the various activities within the ministry. If you truly want to build a healthy ministry, each project should include multiple volunteers and team members who hold different responsibilities, but work together to guide kids in your ministry towards living more Spirit-filled lives.