I write a lot about how church leaders can win at serving families through creating dynamic children’s ministry environments. This blog is a collection of those thought and writings. They are not necessarily the thoughts of the ReThink Group/Orange, where he works to help church leaders win at children’s ministry.
If you are not regularly evaluating your large group volunteers you’re missing out on a healthy way to help your storytellers grow. Here are five simple questions you can ask when you’re trying to develop your team.
Truth be told, telling the Greatest Story Ever Told deserves more than slap on the back and a “you can do it” to reach into the hearts of young ones. We need to know what we’re doing. Here are five questions every storyteller can ask themselves before they get on stage.
The ever-increasing sales of physical LEGO® prove that kids really want to create new things using their own strategy and imaginations. Yet why does it seem like the Church does the opposite when it comes to helping kids enter into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ? If we want kids to have a growing faith, we need to encourage them to build a faith of their own.