Jesus is the Master Teacher, and children's ministers can learn much from the way he taught.
Asking these questions will protect your kids and limit your church's liability.
Use this easy model to remember how to manage your children's behavior in your classroom.
How to avoid conflict over shared classroom space with schools or other ministries
Yes, you should be thinking about summer internships in the fall. Keith Tusing reminds leaders of the most important information they should have about their recruit.
Your preschool ministry is a barometer of the health of your church. A healthy church is reaching young families. What can you do about it?
Greg Baird: In spite of all that's said about leadership, I've never met a perfect leader. Try to remember these three points.
Leadership is leadership. Leadership is hard. Leadership takes grace.
Greg Baird: All the leaders in your church should be informed and invested in what's going on in as significant a ministry as kidmin.
Many children's ministries overlook these two minutes and miss a great opportunity to gain parents' confidence.
Gina McClain: "... Leading through conflict is one of the most important things we do."
Dan Scott explains how he incorporates kids into his story without derailing the ministry.
"Change happens ... but doing it well can be the difference between thriving and dying on the vine."
Who are you going to intentionally invest in during this year ahead? Who are you going to apprentice in the ways of the Kingdom?
God helped me see that my little acts of service really do matter.
Dale Hudson lists 10 common mistakes he's made in children's ministry in hopes that leaders might avoid them.
“Cultural values are things your volunteers are willing to defend, not just you.”
Life change is not measured in weeks and months but rather in years and decades.
Special-needs ministry specialist Amy Fenton Lee pleads on behalf of the good-hearted teachers in your local kidmin.
These issues are too important to overlook in your children's ministry.