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The Danger in Getting Things Right

Making changes in a ministry and seeing success based on those changes isn’t my ultimate “win” as a leader. If it is, then I’ll never change things again after immediate success has been reached. That’s a problem because one day … Continue reading

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One Simple, But Powerful, Thing You Can Do For Your Preteen

Is your child ready to become a teenager? Are you ready for your child to become a teenager? Think about it, you’ve already seen the preteen years bring on a new set of challenges, but you know that the teenage … Continue reading

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One of the most important things you can do in Kids Ministry

Every kids min staff member and volunteer, especially small group leaders, must go out of their way to welcome and engage parents and kids as they are being dropped off. This was something I should have focused on when I … Continue reading

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Grace: Join the 85/15 Movement

The ugly truth is, approximately 85% of kids brought up in church will walk away after turning 18. As tragic as this truth is, the good news is that God has created a game plan to fight against this statistic. … Continue reading

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BIG Changes in Community Breakfast

Community Breakfast Volunteers . . . PLEASE read below for all the OFFICIAL CHANGES that are being made . . . everyone who is a part of Community Breakfast needs to read through this information this weekend (hopefully . . … Continue reading

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Multi-Campus Event Promotion

3 months ago our church launched a second campus across town in order to reach more people. It has gone extremely well! But, of course, certain “issues” arise as you live life in multi-campus world . . . and recently, … Continue reading

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Avoiding Burnout for Passionate Leaders

I don’t know about you, but I LOVE my job. I love dreaming BIG, pushing myself to reach new heights, and creating new elements for the Kids Ministry I lead. But, with this intensity can come burn out if I … Continue reading

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