Since I do programming for Children’s Ministry, I thought I would give you the four things that we are always implementing at Brookwood Kids.
Keith Tusing reminds children's ministers of the top priorities every kidmin should have.
Jody Capehart explains the workings of a child's brain that make memory connections and helps teachers make those same connections.
Are you finding it increasingly difficult to get families involved outside of Sunday mornings? You're not alone.
How do we warn our children without making them believe it is not directed with a negative attitude towards them?
How can parents help or hinder what's happening in their children's spiritual growth? Gina McClain gives her thoughts.
Sam Luce: "So because the Bible doesn’t talk about teaching kids and youth separately from adults, it shouldn’t be done? I say yes and no."
Sam Luce: "I believe that going forward those who will shape culture will be innovators, not inventors."
If you are exploring multiple sites, embrace innovation and the opportunity to take the gospel into new communities!
You need the "hows," but you'll never build anything great without the "why."
Get a child wrapped up in wonder, and they will worship their Creator.
Dale Hudson warns children's leaders to watch out for these enemies. "Guard against them. Don't allow them to get a foot in the door."
20 ways to help your volunteers stay around for the long haul.
Greg Baird urges kidmin leaders to explore how they affect the church's larger vision and what senior leaders need from them.
Greg Baird reminds leaders not to get caught up in the unimportant.
Sam Luce: How are you going to leverage your leadership to glorify Christ and not build your own kingdom?
What really matters in your ministry? What is the measure of your success?
The Apostle Paul tells us not to make good use of our time but to make the best use of our time.
J. C. Thompson advises his parents to have these talks with their preteen very, very soon.
The most important thing we can do as a leader is ask the right questions of ourself and others.