Articles for Children's Ministry Leaders
Here are 10 commandments provided by an Disney "imagineer" about how to engage guests.
Being a parent is like jumping out of an airplane.
Jim Wideman: "For years, I think we’ve been guilty of using faithfulness as the major evaluation if a child has been discipled."
When you raise a kid who is self-aware, you get self-esteem thrown in, but if you try to raise a kid who simply has good self-esteem, you get neither.
Dale Hudson: “Provide these things for kids at your church, and your classrooms will soon be overflowing with kids.”
Christine Yount Jones
How should we deal with preteens who will do anything to be popular?
Children's Ministry Magazine
Step-by-step guide with proven ideas to get first-time guests to return to your church.
Kenny Conley reminds us that ruthless evaluation will make us better children's ministers.
Perhaps all those statistics measure the wrong metrics.
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