Lesley Baker shared these great tips for getting ready for the conference last year, and they’re just as relevant now with the Ideas to Impact Conference just 9 weeks away. We have revised the post to include important information for this years conference. The 2013 Ideas to Impact Conference registration is in full swing. If you’re attending the conference… Continue Reading »
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 »
The following is an excerpt from the ACS Technologies eNews: First, let’s ask this question: What can software training do for your staff? Increase productivity – Knowing the best and fastest way to do a job means getting tasks done correctly and faster. Help develop more effective, engaged staff – When people know how to… Continue Reading »
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 »
Note: We respect the real leaders in ministry who are doing ministry day in and day out. Because of that, we like to bring you different voices with real ministry perspective to aid, challenge and inspire you. It’s not about what we think, it’s about helping you learn from your peers. And in that, we’ll… Continue Reading »
I recently collected some ideas on how those who work for the church can support the senior pastor every day, not just during Pastor Appreciation month. When I started seeking out thoughts and inspiration for the post, I found I had more than just one post’s worth! Here’s part 2 of my post, How to… Continue Reading »
Because funds are tight and churches run lean, every individual who works for the church has an important role. Without a doubt your senior pastor understands that. We definitely know it, and that’s why we encourage and pray for you every day. But one of the key church jobs for everyone on staff is supporting… Continue Reading »
The bottom line is that cross-training now can save you much stress, time, and heartache later. Don’t wait until the star of the show takes a two-week vacation to the Bahamas.
That is what effective ministry really is: seeing the goals of the Kingdom delivered in any fashion that helps the needs of others. As a result, through our knowing and understanding the needs and goals of our client churches, we truly begin to help minister to their needs, and to the needs of its people.