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Leading Your KidMin Team

12 Things Anyone Can Do to Lead Others Better

Jim Wideman gifts us with his best advice for leading volunteers.

Tips for Teaching Children to Pray

If we want our children to know God and not just know about Him, we need to teach them to pray and pray with them.

6 Tips to Motivate Your Kids' Leaders

Use these quick tips to help your children's workers feel special and appreciated.

Reaching At-Risk Kids

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

3 Reasons Why You Should NOT be Teaching Kids

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

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.

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.

‘Plunge Parties,’ Hot Tubs, and Non-Traditional Baptistries—Baptisms Today Break the Mold

“We live in an age where people like experiences. It’s not that it looks better, but it feels better. It feels more authentic, it feels more real. It’s not the container that matters. It’s what is going on in the person’s heart.”

Greg Laurie on the Likelihood of Another Jesus Movement and Why...

Greg Laurie appears on the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share what it was like to grow up in the middle of the Jesus People Movement and his thoughts on whether we'll see another awakening like it.

Leading Your KidMin Team