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X is for Xenagogue

I have given myself a challenge for the next 26 days – post the complete A-Z of Ministry to Children. X… xylophone, xenophobia, xerography… X is...

8 Ways to Empower Your Child to Have the Best School Year Ever! -Part 6

6. Instill in your child to honor their parents and all who are in authorityExodus 20:12 “Honor your father and your mother, so...

W is for Welcome

I have given myself a challenge for the next 26 days – post the complete A-Z of Ministry to Children. W… water, witness, woah, wapenshaw… W...

Free Resource: Memory Verse Cards

"I have hidden your word in my heart so that I won't sin against you." - Psalm 119:11

Study: KidMin Produces Spiritually Active Adults

A recent study confirms those who attended Sunday school as children are much more likely to attend church as adults.

V is for Visual

I have given myself a challenge for the next 26 days – post the complete A-Z of Ministry to Children. V… Vision, vexed, virtuous, vectitation… V...

8 Ways to Empower Your Child to Have the Best School Year Ever! -Part 5

5. Make choices based on God’s wordPsalm 119:9-16 is an important scripture to know and live!9 How can a young man keep his way...

“Making Ideas Happen” – Part 2

Last week our team began studying “Making Ideas Happen” and we shared our thoughts about the first 50 pages here. This week we...

Simple and Hard—Concepts for Clowning

Clowns make the simple hard, and the hard simple.

Home-Grown World Christians

Noel Piper explains how to help a child become world-minded.

I Would Never…

I’m not one to use that phrase.  Maybe there was a time in my life when I would but not in the past...

“Making Ideas Happen” – Part 1

Our team started reading through “Making Ideas Happen” recently, and we thought it would be a fun experiment to open up the ...

The Parent Factor

Don't underestimate the importance of attracting young parents to your church.

Recruiting That Works

Searching for volunteers? Volunteer recruiting is a hot topic in the kidmin world.  Why? Because it’s how we do business.  We wouldn’t have a ministry if...

The Pyramid Approach

This is the finale- Part 3- in a series on the different ways to recruit. Sign up for his RSS feed at ...

It Takes a Village – Brian Haynes

Reading through the latest issue of Children’s Ministry Magazine, it didn’t take me long to find a brief article from Brian Haynes.  Brian is...

T is for Teaching

I have given myself a challenge for the next 26 days – post the complete A-Z of Ministry to Children. T… telephone, tiger, Tachydidaxy… T is...

The Traveling Salesman Approach

This week we continue our conversation with Coach Shef on recruiting: There are basically three main ways to get leaders: a Big Push, catching...

As America Celebrates the Legacy of MLK, Evangelicals Remain Divided on...

In the half century since his assassination, Martin Luther King Jr. has become almost universally beloved. However, disagreement about how, and by whom, his name should be leveraged in our own time has become a contentious debate. 

Kyle Idleman: Why We Must Do Ministry One Person at a...

Kyle Idleman joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share what he has learned from Jesus about pastoring one person at a time, even at one of the largest churches in the U.S.

Children's Ministry Leaders