Social Media Plan for Elementary Parents Starting November 26

Social Media Plan for Elementary Parents Starting November 26

These posts are designed to review the lesson, so plan for them to appear in your ministry’s social media accounts after you’ve taught the lesson in your ministry. Also, if you share social media accounts with other ministries in your organization, coordinate with them to develop a plan for when to schedule posts and how to designate the intended audience. If Pampers and Goldfish are more your speed, check out our First Look blog for the social media plan to connect parents with... Read More
Three Questions We Ask Our Small Group Leaders

Three Questions We Ask Our Small Group Leaders

You probably have those kids in your small group who find every chance they get to stand up and move seats every three seconds, or those kids who have magically decided to form a new music supergroup in the last four seconds, or maybe even those kids who stare a hole through you as you are trying to teach them the amazing story of Nehemiah rallying the people to build the greatest wall ever. Does that sound like your few? A group of kids so unique and different that you struggle to teach them... Read More
Allowing Room for Margin

Allowing Room for Margin

Do what only you can do and let somebody else do the rest.  This is the best advice I have for busy ministry leaders!  It can be tempting in children’s ministry to just do it all yourself, because you know YOU will do it the way you want it done.  The problem with that is, there is only one of you and 24 hours in a day (that also needs to include things like family time and sleep), and you are robbing someone else of the opportunity to be part of life change!  From day one of ministry, it is... Read More
Social Media Plan for Elementary Parents Starting November 19

Social Media Plan for Elementary Parents Starting November 19

These posts are designed to review the lesson, so plan for them to appear in your ministry’s social media accounts after you’ve taught the lesson in your ministry. Also, if you share social media accounts with other ministries in your organization, coordinate with them to develop a plan for when to schedule posts and how to designate the intended audience. If Pampers and Goldfish are more your speed, check out our First Look blog for the social media plan to connect parents with... Read More
Family Traditions

Family Traditions

The word “tradition” is defined as the transmission of customs or beliefs from generation to generation.  I love this!  Traditions are multi-generational, crossing all lines of age and even ethnicity.  When we share with our kids and grandkids their lineage and heritage it broadens their perspective and worldview.  God made us one and all, so different and yet so much the same.   Some of these traditions have been passed down from several generations and keeping them alive will teach your kids... Read More
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