The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is having a massive impact on how we minister to kids, parents and leaders. In this episode we will talk about how to get creative in serving families during this challenging season.
What can Christmas movies teach us about kidmin? Find out in this episode as we take a look at three classics: Elf, It's a Wonderful Life and A Charlie Brown Christmas and see what lessons we can learn about Children's Ministry, leadership and following Jesus.
For more Christmas inspiration, check out Jason's book, Holiday Road: A Christmas Devotional on Amazon.
What skills do small group leaders and Sunday School teachers need to win with kids? Today we will talk about three essential skills you can use for training your leaders to make them more effective in Children's Ministry.
Is Children's Ministry real ministry or just babysitting? The answer to that question is a no brainer, and in this episode we'll talk about how God uses the awesome world Children's Ministry to change the lives of kids, leaders and parents. If you're discouraged or wondering if your ministry to kids really matters, this is the episode you do not want to miss.
In today's episode we will wrap up our three-part storyteller training by hitting 12 tips that will set communicators up for success. If you missed parts one and two, you can find those on episodes 18 & 20 of the podcast. For more storytelling tips and training, check out BibleStoryCoach.com.
How do you make the Sunday you promote kids to the next age or grade level awesome for families? Whether you call it Move Up Sunday, Promotion Sunday or something else, there are some simple things you can do to be more intentional and set the families in your church up to win as they transition to a new room or grade.
Ever feel lonely, discouraged or misunderstood in Children's Ministry? Then this is the episode for you. In this mini episode of the Simple Kidmin podcast we will look at the story of Hagar from the Old Testament and be reminded that God sees what we're going through and cares about us even in the hardest ministry seasons.