What numbers--besides attendance numbers--determine the health of a children's ministry?
Preteen ministry is unique because preteens are unique.
Sam Luce: "I am a huge believer in teams and team ministry, but everything rises and falls on leadership."
My experience is that families have definite opinions – expressed or not – about what they want.
Dale Hudson recommends teaching truth using familiar objects from a child's everyday world.
Jesus listened to the children. Let us do so today. It may surprise us to hear all they have to tell us.
When was the last time you asked a volunteer or a parent (figuratively or literally), "How can I wow you today?"
Justyn Smith talks about what he's learned when you do everything like you always do and things still turn out "blah!"
Organizations don't care...people care.
A Baylor University study finds that families want churches to give them opportunities to serve together.
Online safety experts say kids are viewing online porn before their parents or local schools have a chance to talk with them about sex.
No matter what the change is that you are proposing, you need to understand that there are going to be people who voice their disapproval.
Ministry happens best through relationships. Greg Baird helps make them a priority.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued new safety regulations regarding cribs used in daycare centers and church nurseries.
Are we surrendering too much to game makers, Web sites, and television?
Free new smart phone apps from David C. Cook help parents in spiritual leadership of their kids.
How to lead children when you're traveling through personal darkness
Children are impacted by the recession and job-loss as much as adults.
Two seasoned workers offer advice on ministering to special-needs kids.
Need more help? Alisa Linn suggests effective ways to ask for it.