What does a highly effective children’s ministry leader look like?
When we think we have communicated the message clearly, communicate it again.
Be prepared to minister to children as they experience grief and loss.
Anyone who has ever tried to teach children understands that they can be maddeningly complex and yet wonderfully simple.
Sam Luce: Planning the event is huge, but the thing that we often neglect is pulling the event apart.
Every time children misbehave, it's an opportunity to help them grow in Christlikeness.
Here are some tips on how to ease the transition for kindergarteners to your elementary program.
During large group storytelling, everything said and done should help connect that story to the audience in a relevant way.
Dale Hudson reminds teachers of the cultural realities for today's kids.
Greg Baird: "Church should be an example and a sanctuary to our families."
Creating informed disciples is not enough.
In Luke 18, one of the keys to Jesus' blessings is making children's ministry a priority. Dale Hudson explains why.
If you fear your kids aren't growing, one of these reasons might be the culprit.
Jim Wideman: "God’s plan to reach the world has always included the family."
Sam Luce: Success as parents is based on connectedness to Christ.
Greg Baird gives his quick tips for placing good team members in your ministry for the long haul.
Kenny Conley: Criticism is just about the only honest way we’re going to get better.
Kids learn through play. It is a vital part of the learning process.
Greg Baird narrows children's ministry down to the essentials in this inspiring article.
Dale Hudson: The good news is all of us can learn and acquire these traits.