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Leading Your KidMin Team

Leading your kidmin team can be challenging because children’s ministry leaders face daunting cultural and leadership challenges. More than ever, children’s pastors need leadership resources and children’s ministry resources to enable them to advance the gospel of Jesus in these challenging times for children and families. ChurchLeaders.com is dedicated to providing resources and information for every children’s pastor and children’s ministry leader. If you serve on a church staff as a children’s minister, children’s pastor, director of Christian education, preschool minister, family ministry leader, or any other pastoral role, you’ll find must-have children’s ministry resources and connections to a community of children’s ministry leaders for greater Kingdom impact worldwide.

Children’s ministry leaders from every denomination find free tips for leading your kidmin team, inspiration, teaching tips, and support they are looking for here at ChurchLeaders.com. Join millions of children’s ministry leaders who look to us for resources and encouragement for children’s ministry leadership.

Leading your children’s ministry and family ministry is not only about teaching and building relationships, but it is also about your relationship with Jesus. You will also find inspiration, encouragement, and help to keep your relationship with God strong and vibrant.

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Reaching At-Risk Kids

Maximize your ministry to children at risk for social, educational, and spiritual challenges.

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Greg Baird explains why he, as a children's director, does not commit to teaching a children's class week to week.

Top 3’s for Children’s Ministry Volunteers

Focus on the vision of your ministry-not the needs.

5 Ideas Toward Team-Building in Kidmin

Dan Scott offers great insight into how to make your kidmin volunteers feel special.

Making Children’s Messages Memorable

A few suggestions on how to build your skills in preparing and delivering a children's message
I have the great privilege of leading children's leaders because I have a great team of leaders—both paid staff and volunteers.

5 Thoughts on Leading Children’s Leaders

Make sure you're providing your leaders with leadership that allows them to thrive.

Maintaining Momentum in Children’s Ministry

Having a team on the same page is far better than simply starting on a new page.

The Changing Role of Children's Pastor

Children's ministry pastors now minister to the whole family, not just children.

Why We Wrote Our Own Curriculum

Kidmin veteran Sam Luce offers a chance to dialogue about what makes a good children's ministry curriculum.
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Preteen Purity Bible Study

David Wakerly shares his message notes on pre-teen purity.

5 Keys to Successful KidMin Recruiting

Greg Baird shares his best ideas for effectively recruiting more children's volunteers.

Managing Small Groups in Kids’ Ministry

Use these helpful tips to develop a great small group aspect for your pre-teens' classes.

KidMin Volunteers Speak Out!

Survey results that can help inform you of what captures and keeps volunteers

Parents Are Prioritizing Family Time

New research suggests parents are spending more time with their kids than in previous generations.
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