I can’t think of a more important job that those of us who lead ministry to kids. It is kids...Read More
I’ve been talking about the two most significant questions asked in the hallways of our children’s ministry environments.
If your’e just joining this conversation, you might think, “What’s so significant about these two questions?” Nothing really, at least from our perspective. They’re really not significant at all. When you get to the bottom of it, they’re absolutely not the questions we wish were asked in our environments. They’re shallow and automatic… meaningless even.
But, they’re significant because they represent an opportunity.Read More
I’ve been a pastor to kids for a very long time. Over all my years of ministry, I would say that there are two questions parents ask that are asked more than any other questions. From connecting with hundreds and thousands of ministry leaders, I’ve learned that most of us in kidmin don’t like the questions (well, at least one of them). We wish the parents didn’t ask this question, but I feel that this is a different issue all together. I truly believe that having the right answer to these two questions may make the difference of whether a family is going to come back to your church. Focus on creating a great answer to these questions and I believe that you’ll have a different retention rate.
Question number one:Read More
Over the years I’ve always tried to look for great activities for elementary age kids to do before and after the service. Many years ago I simple had the room set up with theater seating and I’d play cool music...Read More
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