Volunteer Training at the Click of a Button!

Volunteer Training at the Click of a Button!

As a leader, you’re always looking for ways to train and equip your volunteers to be the best they can be, but sometimes this process can be lengthy. To help with that, we created the “Training” tab. These training materials are accessible for all current curriculum subscribers. They can be found after logging in to your curriculum account, then clicking the “Training” tab along the top of the curriculum download area. Behind this tab is a gold mine of knowledge that is... Read More

Memory Lane

Nancie and I spent our first five years of marriage in southern California. While we were there, we made some dear friends for life. We recently took a vacation to visit some of those dear friends. While we were visiting, we showed our kids where we lived and worked. While their interest level wasn’t all we dreamed it to be, for Nancie and me it was a great trip down memory lane, especially when we drove by our first house. Nancie and I both were like little kids when we saw it for the first... Read More
Registration for OC13 Opens September 27!

Registration for OC13 Opens September 27!

The Orange Conference April 24-26, 2013 Atlanta A Conference for Entire Family Ministry Teams Smart leaders know one thing can influence— The relevance of a message. The effectiveness of a team. The reach of a ministry. The legacy of a life. And it can be summarized in one word. FOCUS. Make plans now to attend one of the most important family ministry team events happening today. Gather with over 5,000 key influencers—senior, student, children’s and preschool leaders—to discover new strategies... Read More

Keep the Inner Child Alive

Last month, Jeremy Smith wrote a great article on ChurchM.ag about letting our inner child live. We thought we’d share it with you here. Enjoy! The Games We Play—Game On! by Jeremy Smith Think back to the last time you remember truly being a kid. It may be hard for me to describe what “being a kid” really means, but after a few minutes of daydreaming, I am sure you can come up with something. Maybe it involved football or baseball practice. Maybe you were the bright artist or poet of... Read More