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Nurturing Young Souls: Building a Strong Foundation in Faith

By nurturing young souls, children’s ministry workers and parents grow a legacy of faith and faithfulness. Learn how your kidmin program can partner with parents for spiritual development.

My Kid Doesn’t ‘Get Anything’ Out of Church

One common concern I often hear from parents and other adult church members about including children in the corporate worship setting is that kids won’t “get” anything out of the worship or the sermon.

Indoor Church Games: 14 Fun, Active Ways to Grow Kids’ Faith

Indoor church games and Sunday school games are active and fun. Plus, they help kids grow their faith and work out the squirm!

Sunday School Teachers: 4 Tips to Boost Your Teaching Team

Use these tips to build a strong team of Sunday school teachers and children's ministry volunteers.

Volunteer Culture at Church: Here’s How to Add Faith, Family & Fun

Volunteer culture includes the values and practices your church helpers share. Create a children's ministry atmosphere of faith, family and fun!

Should I Allow My Child To Question His or Her Faith?

In our home, we have a “no question is off limits” policy that has allowed for our kids to question things we do or things we believe when they don’t fully understand or know the reasons behind them.

Preschool Valentine Craft: Heart Frames Highlight God’s Love

Need a fun new preschool valentine craft idea? Then check out this adorable activity for young Sunday school students.

7 Big Lies You’ve Been Told About Children’s Ministry

Many people do not understand what children's ministry is all about. This is often because they have been misinformed or haven't been given a clear vision and overview about children's ministry.

Leading Volunteers: 25 Resources to Help Your KidMin Team Thrive

Leading volunteers is a pressing need in children's ministry. Check out these 25 articles from kidmin experts!

3 Little Ways To Make Big Impact in a Digital World

Here are a few small things that you can do (and teach your kids to do) that can still make a huge impact in a digital world.

Lifelong Learning: 10 Things I Wish I Knew Earlier in Ministry

With lifelong learning, you'll acquire wisdom as you go. Take this well-earned advice from a veteran children's ministry worker.

What Does It Mean ‘To Disciple’ Our Kids?

What does it mean to disciple our kids? It’s a good question. To be honest, over the years I’ve given different answers, based on my understanding of what it means to be a disciple and what discipleship looks like.

When Good Things Spiritually Harm Our Kids

If Christian parents aren't careful with the way they prioritize their families' lives, they may inadvertently convey to their children that faith is a side interest.

7 Great Ways To Teach Kids To Pray

Children talk naturally with their friends and family. Wouldn’t it be exciting if we could teach kids to pray and talk to God just as easily!

Guest Services Matter: Improve Your KidMin With These 10 Steps

Guest services matter for churches and children's ministries. Discover how to offer top-notch customer service to visitors.

David & Goliath Story for Kids: 14 Resources for Sunday School

Teaching the David & Goliath story for kids is a mainstay of every Sunday school program. Use these creative resources to enhance your kidmin lesson.

Are Kids Lonely at Your Church?

Kids who hate going to school are often bored, lonely, or both. Here's how you can equip your children's ministry team to make sure that church isn't a place where kids hate going.

Learning Experience Stations Can Enhance Sunday School Lessons

Want to create a different kind of learning experience for Sunday school students? Discover how activity stations keep children engaged while building their faith.

Children’s Pastor: 9 Helpful Career Traits You’ll Need

To become a children's pastor, it helps if you have these nine qualities. Discover what traits will help you succeed in this rewarding career and calling.

Bullied: What to Say (and NOT Say) to Kids in the Crosshairs

Being bullied is a common childhood experience. Discover what to say and not say to kids who face bullying.

Bethel Leader Kris Vallotton Apologizes for Comments on Mike Bickle in...

Bethel leader Kris Vallotton posted an apology on Facebook after a Feb. 18 sermon in which he expressed brotherly love for embattled church leader Mike Bickle.

Kyle Strobel and Jamin Goggin, Part 2: How To Embrace God’s...

Kyle Strobel and Jamin Goggin wrap up their conversation on “The Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast,” offering pastors ways to help guard against the misuse of power in ministry and encouraging them to persevere. 

Children's Ministry Leaders