Engaging Kidmin Environments | Part 5 | Creating Synergy

Engaging Kidmin Environments | Part 5 | Creating Synergy

We’ve talked about content, delivery, and relationships in an engaging children’s ministry environment. They are each important, but they can’t stand alone. The best environments seek synergy among these efforts. This starts with a set list. When a band performs, they...
Engaging Kidmin Environments | Part 3 | Delivery

Engaging Kidmin Environments | Part 3 | Delivery

Once you know the story you want to tell, you need to gather a team of people to help craft how you will tell your story. At first glance, when we look at the word “delivery” we think in terms of the person communicating on stage, but, like environment, delivery...
Engaging Kidmin Environments | Part 2 | The Story You Tell

Engaging Kidmin Environments | Part 2 | The Story You Tell

Yesterday, we defined environment as the some total of a person’s experience with the content, delivery, and relationships within your space. When you find synergy among those aspects, you begin to create a children’s ministry that is dynamic and engaging. Synergy...
Engaging Kidmin Environments | Part 1 | ReDefined

Engaging Kidmin Environments | Part 1 | ReDefined

  When you hear the words “kidmin environment” what comes to mind? Decor? Lighting? Check in stations? 3D wall art? Stage design? If you answered any of those, you’re on the right track. All of those are definitely part of a children’s ministry environment, but...

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