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School Rhythms to Help your Church

Meredith Mahon Morris August 15, 2016

As families prepare to send their students back to school, they are also re-establishing the daily rhythms and traditions of “normal” life. For many, this means a return to more consistent church attendance. This yearly phenomena provides every church an opportunity to re-acquaint people with the life of the church. That means plugging people into… Continue Reading »

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How to Read God’s Word with Your Kids (and Not Lose Your Mind)

John Gilman June 20, 2016

Kids’ ministry is the funnest and most rewarding ministry in the church with a great return on investment. Parents have the greatest responsibility and ability to impact their children’s spirituality.  Kids’ ministries must equip and inspire parents to disciple their children by consistently reading God’s Word together. Reading the Bible together transforms families, but parents… Continue Reading »

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Keeping Up with the Revolving Door of Youth Leaders

John Gilman June 14, 2016

Let’s face the facts. Youth programs are revolving doors. Most young people stay involved for 3-5 years before aging out and moving away to college or on to other ministry areas. Youth ministers/pastors don’t last forever. They average just 3.9 years in their position. Youth leaders come and go as the demands of life free… Continue Reading »

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Engaging Younger Children and Their Families

John Gilman June 9, 2016

One major key to a growing church is reaching young families.  This is a lot easier said than done.  However, there are some steps that church leadership can make in this area to engaging families with young children.  Most moms and dads with young children are looking for a place for their kids to learn… Continue Reading »

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Including Kids in Small Groups Benefits the Whole Community

John Gilman May 31, 2016

Before kids, life was simpler, but it was a lot less fun. After kids, things get crazy. Everything takes more time, and you wonder what you did before the little ones were around. Going places with your kids becomes an adventure. You pack up everything you’ll need and some things you won’t. You make sure… Continue Reading »

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Helping Parents and Kids this Summer

John Gilman April 16, 2016

As school begins to wind down, children begin to get excited about summer break.  Summer through a child’s eyes is an amazing thing to behold.  We all can relate and remember the lazy days of summer from our own childhood.  However, for today’s parents, summer has changed into a busy, fast-paced, non-stop period of eight… Continue Reading »

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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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