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The greatest assets a church has are its people; they are the body of Christ. In order for the church to grow, all ministries must… Read More »Steps to Increase Safety in Children’s Ministries
With Easter coming, we know churches are preparing for one of the biggest-attendance days of the entire year. There is so much to consider – from music to décor to parking! But one key element that simply can’t be overlooked is security.
We recently updated a ministry guide about child security, and below I’ve used the ministry guide to outline great information in a few key areas, along with best practices on security for children’s ministries.