Children’s Ministry

These articles are full of ideas, tips, and encouragement for anyone involved in children’s ministry. Dealing with volunteers, teaching the attention of children, communicating with parents and volunteers, and dealing with special needs families are just a few kid min topics you will find.

The ‘Drop and Run’ – Special Needs and KidMin {Children’s Ministry Series}

Do you teach children who have special needs? Maybe they are in your own home, or they come to your church. I think this is a branch of kidmin that is often forgotten. It is not on purpose, but I have found that unless special needs kids make their way into your home, or ministry, …

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Gettin’ in the Groove: Purposeful Routine with Children {Children’s Ministry Series}

With so many awesome ideas “out there” in Children’s Ministry, it is easy to get caught up in something new. But is that what is best for our kids? I think changing something in ministry because it isn’t working is one thing. Changing something because it’s the “newest” thing, is another. That doesn’t mean trying …

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7 Tips for Building Communication with Your Volunteers {Children’s Ministry Series}

Children’s Ministry is not something one does alone. It takes a village to run a ministry and that village must be “in the know” of certain goals and visions for everything to work properly. So how do you communicate to your team effectively? Werner, a seasoned Children’s Minister, is offering 7 tips for building communication …

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