This is part two of a three-part series on training for Children's Ministry storytellers and teachers. Today we will look at how we can use our face, gestures and movement to bring the Bible to life.
This is the first of a three-part episode focused on training for Children's Ministry storytellers and large group teachers. Today we will look at the worst advice ever given to storytellers and several ways storytellers can use their voices to bring the Bible to life.
After a three month hiatus, the Simple Kidmin podcast is back. In this brief update Jason shares what he's been up to during this break and some of the awesome content you can look forward to in the coming months.
Look for a brand new episode coming out in the next couple of days.
Don't forget, you can sign up for the Simple Kidmin newsletter over at SimpleKidmin.com so you don't miss any of the new content.
Also, check out Jason's other podcast (hmm, so that's where he's been), a weekly family devotional podcast called FamilyJetpack.com, a great resource to share with the families in your church.
In this episode we'll talk about how we can adjust our leadership to help our leaders grow through each stage of their development. We'll be looking at a tool called the Leadership Square from the book Building a Discipling Culture and explore how we can replace ourselves in Children's Ministry. You can check out the show notes at SimpleKidmin.com and find family devotion resources at FamilyJetpack.com.
Do the parents in your church know what your Children’s Ministry is all about? How do you communicate vision? If you want to get better at it then check this episode because we will be talking about five reasons you need to communicate vision to parents and seven vehicles to help you do it.
How do you equip Children's Ministry leaders? Today we're going to be talking about how we can create unforgettable training experiences for our volunteers that challenge them, inspire them and set them up to win.
What do parents think of your Children's Ministry the first time they visit? Today we will be talking about how to serve parents and make sure they have the best experience possible.