Articles for Children's Ministry Leaders
Kidmin veteran Greg Baird gives his non-negotiables for children’s ministry leadership—some of them might surprise you.
We must all wrestle with this question: Is Christ enough for me?
Anthony Coppedge gives some great advice on how to increase the security of your church campus.
Worldview is important, but I can’t rest with simply teaching my kids how to think. I need to also show them the surpassing joy of knowing Christ.
Establish family habits that cultivate godliness in your children.
When are children ready to participate in the Lord's Supper?
If you find children in your church a fading memory, be encouraged. You can turn things around.
Build a team before you’re burnt to a crisp, so you can lead for the long haul. They’re there—because they’re going to step up or step in when you’re gone.
“I had to figure out how to live out of who I was, rather than who people thought I was.”
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