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kidmax 2h
Can’t wait to learn more about the Christmas story in kidmax tomorrow! @ The Meeting House Oakville
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Janelle Hoos 5h
5 reasons why I'm fine with kids bringing their cell phones to Sunday School.
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Kidology Dec 14
“... technology should not be intimidating or complex, but make life simpler.” CEO Alex Smith
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michellepullins Dec 8
"Let the children come to me, do not forbid them, for the Kingdom of Heaven belongs to such as these" -Jesus Matthew 19:14 Kids ministry is so important!
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Janelle Hoos Dec 14
tip: Keep in mind the needs of all students in your class when planning games and activities. Find ways to include all children.
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Janelle Hoos Dec 14
tip: Planning worship times with kids? Choose a variety of activities to help kids focus on God & encourage a response of worship.
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Janelle Hoos 15h
tip: Teach Bible skills. Students may not realize that using a Bible app still requires Bible skills.
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Janelle Hoos 18h
tip: A great book for teaching kids how to study the Bible is by Kay Arthur, “How to Study Your Bible for Kids.” Check it out!
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Janelle Hoos 2h
How to organize your resource room
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Janelle Hoos 3h
4 ways to get your kids thinking about outreach
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Janelle Hoos 7h
2 great resources for missions activities in your Children's Ministry.
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Janelle Hoos 21h
tip: Create a photo policy for your classroom and post it. Privacy policies like this need to be developed and shared.
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Janelle Hoos Dec 14
tip:Brainstorming outreach ideas? Look carefully at the needs of the kids in your community. Let those needs inspire outreach ideas.
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Janelle Hoos Dec 14
tip: Help your teachers to prepare by teaching them how to study the Bible, and offering training in teaching skills.
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Janelle Hoos Dec 14
Free question cards for small group application time leaders.
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Fellowship KIDS Dec 14
It is foolish and arrogant of us to think that we can lead effectively in ministry if we are not first seeking a deeper relationship with the One we serve. via
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Kidology Dec 14
Protect My Ministry can help you fill the gaps in your risk management strategy.
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Janelle Hoos 20h
tip: Take a few minutes to step back from your ministry and pray that God would help you to regain the bigger picture!
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Karen Apple🍎 Dec 14
When ministry leaders feel manipulated, their productivity & trust for their supervisors diminish.
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Creative Ministry Solutions Dec 14
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