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Is Your Vacation Bible School Working for You?

John Gilman April 7, 2016

Spring break has come and gone for most of us. Family vacations for the spring are over. We are all exhausted, but back to the daily grind. But guess what is right around the corner? Vacation Bible School! Yes, that summer program nearly every church across the United States does each summer to share God’s… Continue Reading »

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Make Your Church the Safest Place in Town for Kids: Safety Policies for Your Children’s Ministry

Amy Scott-Lundy March 30, 2016

Now that we’ve discussed establishing a safety team, preventing and treating medical emergencies at your church, and addressing your building’s physical grounds, let’s discuss child safety. No matter how large or small your church is, keeping kids safe at church functions should be a priority. Even if your church has a vibrant children’s curriculum, passionate… Continue Reading »

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Reaffirmations Friday – March 11th

John Gilman March 11, 2016

Whether you’re a church Pastor, directing a ministry, or simply a volunteer, you most likely don’t have too much time during your day to keep up with what’s being written or discussed around key ministry topics like developing discipleship, increasing participation or building stronger church community. But, that’s OK! Because every week, we’ll round up… Continue Reading »

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Feedback Fuels Church Growth & Empowers People

Meredith Mahon Morris January 25, 2016

My young son has a natural talent for drumming. At a very early age it was easy to see he could detect rhythm and passionately appreciates music of all types. Like any good parent developing a prodigy, my wife and I began taking every opportunity we could to resource him. We set him up with… Continue Reading »

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Four Background Screening Tips for the Holidays

Mike Faber December 7, 2015

With the holidays, and 2016, right around the corner, many organizations will be adding staff and volunteers to help with the winter rush. Churches often add staff for children’s ministries around this time, as even Santa needs to have his background checked to ensure that he’s been nice and not naughty. Background screening is always… Continue Reading »

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Maximize The Effects of Vacation Bible School

Meredith Mahon Morris July 1, 2015

Vacation Bible School is a staple on many church calendars as we hit the summer months.  For many churches, this week dates back many years.  VBS can provide a big boost to the overall church if planned properly.  Here are ten things that can help maximize the effects of Vacation Bible School this summer: 1.  … Continue Reading »

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How to: Ensure a Child’s Safety in the Case of a Lost Checkpoint Security Tag

John Gilman January 28, 2013

Today we’ve got a great post from Danielle Harper, the director of the TreeHouse Kidz Team at RiverTree Christian Church. Looking for more great information about kids’ ministry? Danielle will also be joining us and leading breakout sessions at the Ideas to Impact Conference 2013. By now, you have your Children’s Ministry parents using the ACS Checkpoint system. Parents are not losing their… Continue Reading »

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2 Keys to a Smooth Switch to a New Check-in System

John Gilman January 3, 2013

Check-in: Before Every week, the kids ministry staff at Calvary United Methodist Church in Normal, Il., run over two hundred children through a check-in process. In the past, the staff and volunteers used a bracelet system with codes that had been assigned to each child. The staff had to dig through a list of names and… Continue Reading »

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