7 Things to Focus On To Make Your Children’s Ministry More Appealing

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Overseeing a children’s ministry is not easy. Satan hates it when children are reached… but oh how pleased the Father is! There is no minimizing the importance of having a vision for your ministry. It gives clarity to both those your ministry serves and those who work as staff or volunteers. Your mission statement will express the actions you will … Read More

3 Mistakes Teachers Make With Their Words

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Words are powerful! God revealed the power of words when He created the universe. Have you considered what you are creating with your words? Encouraging, complimentary, affirming words do good things for your soul. Cutting, angry words are scarring – their effect lingering long after the words fade. And the way you use your words in the classroom – that … Read More

4 Tips to Escaping Communication Glitches

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There are two crucial and very challenging milestones when it comes to parenting: potty training and teaching your children to drive! My oldest son was not anxious to learn how to drive. When he finally decided it was time, I soon discovered that teaching your children to drive is stressful! After getting his learners permit we drove straight to an … Read More