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.
Greg Baird: Why do we do things that will hurt us, those around us, and our ministries?
Dale Hudson explains why one of the most oft-quoted verses about raising children will not guarantee that they will follow Christ as an adult.
Are you inviting people to join you, or are you begging them?
Sam Luce warns leaders about our "follower" culture: "We focus too much on who follows us."
How to adopt a team-teaching philosophy in your children's ministries
Grab a great book to help you get more creative in your teaching.
Award-winning recording artist and veteran children's minister Annette Oden shows us trends in children's ministry that we can celebrate!
Instructional specialist Timothy Pollard advises on the difference in behavior between boys and girls.
Gina McClain: "I believe when people find themselves in search of a new church, many times it boils down to their desire to feel needed & known."
Know where God has you in your lifecycle of leadership and embrace it.
Music can engage and uplift kids and uniquely illustrate spiritual points for you.
Your child will learn to think like Jesus if you actively pursuing the mind-set yourself.
Gina McClain offers some great advice for when your ministry plate is always full.
Perfecting these areas will make your ministry to kids more effective and efficient.
In communicating with parents, information gets tuned out, but strategy gets tuned in.
Careful screening procedures are necessary for all volunteers and staff in children's ministries.
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