Leading KidMin

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ISBN: 9780802494610
Release Date: 2016-07-19
Number of pages: 192
Author: Pat Cimo
Publisher: Moody Publishers

Download and read online Leading KidMin in PDF and EPUB Want to see your church’s kids transformed for Jesus? Struggling to get the whole church on board? Know what you want to see happen, but not how to make it happen? Leading KidMin is about what it takes to achieve big-time change. Moving past the “why” and getting straight to the “how,” Leading Kidmin provides tools and strategies for actually leading, influencing, and implementing change on a local church level—all from the vantage point of the children’s ministry director. The mission of Leading KidMin is to create a movement of change-agents who don’t just know that change is needed, but are equipped to make it happen, leading their churches in becoming more aligned, effective, and geared for growth. Pat Cimo and Matt Markins, veterans of KidMin, are prepared to make you the change-agent you want to be—and that your church needs you to be. Are you ready?


Kidmin Leadership

Filename: kidmin-leadership.pdf
ISBN: 1617180017
Release Date: 2011-05-01
Number of pages: 130
Author: Jim Wideman
Publisher:

Download and read online Kidmin Leadership in PDF and EPUB Focusing on the top-20 principles all leaders need to know, this guide compiles the experiences of a select group of youth ministers. Topics include knowing God's will, self-leadership, priorities, thinking in steps, visioneering, team building, caring for others, and more. 130 pp.


The Red Book

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ISBN: 1944566198
Release Date: 2017-01-10
Number of pages: 174
Author: Mark Harper
Publisher:

Download and read online The Red Book in PDF and EPUB Red represents the blood of Christ. The Red Book is not just about everything you can do in children's ministry to make it exciting and fun, even though there is some how-to stuff included. It's about the things that really matter.


Relational Children s Ministry

Filename: relational-children-s-ministry.pdf
ISBN: 9780310522683
Release Date: 2016-04-05
Number of pages: 272
Author: Dan Lovaglia
Publisher: HarperCollins Christian Publishing

Download and read online Relational Children s Ministry in PDF and EPUB Children’s ministry has the power to change the lives of kids and families. Unfortunately, it’s not always clear that the work a person does with kids is really making a lasting difference. Ask children’s ministry leaders and kid-influencers if they are making the impact on children’s lives as they had hoped and most likely the responses will be mixed. And for good reason. Research over the past decade has revealed an alarming lack of long-term growth in the faith community as children progress through student ministries into adulthood. Clearly, something needs to change. Relational Children’s Ministry seeks to reverse this trend by equipping children’s ministry leaders with practical tools to disrupt the status quo approach to discipleship with children and realign their ministries for greater long-term impact. Ministry leaders will: Learn how to relate intentionally to kids and families by putting five discipleship invitations modeled by Jesus into practice Explore practical approaches to realign their children’s ministry for a new trajectory by hitting three “reset buttons” to ensure long-term discipleship is embedded Encounter examples of disruptive disciple-makers in action and learn key principles that can be translated into their own ministry context Children’s ministry leaders will receive practical training to refocus their children’s ministry along with time-tested tools to personally recommit to lifelong discipleship. Kid-influencers can become a disciple-making community that redirects the current trajectory for this and future generations.


Small Matters

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ISBN: 9780310521044
Release Date: 2016-04-12
Number of pages: 192
Author: Greg Nettle
Publisher: Harper Collins

Download and read online Small Matters in PDF and EPUB Children have always been close to the heart of God and as followers of Jesus it is our responsibility to protect, nurture, and pass our faith to children. In Small Matters: Why Children are Such a Big Deal, authors Greg Nettle and Santiago “Jimmy” Mellado offer a model of discipleship that encourages parents to raise up the next generation to be deeply committed to and in love with Jesus. When we awaken to the fact that children between the ages of four and fourteen are the most likely to make a decision to follow Jesus, and that the discipleship that children receive forms their future, it will transform the way we view children, invest in them, reach out to them, teach them and ultimately, empower them to be disciples of Jesus. In recent history the church has embraced a model of discipleship that encourages parents to “Bring your children to us and we will disciple them. And, by the way, we would love it if you would help.” This model is ineffective as much as it is unbiblical. It is imperative that the church today shifts to a new model of discipleship that encourages parents to “Disciple your children as your primary responsibility. And, we (the church) would love to help.” Because our world is becoming more and more sensitive to the needs of children, a reflection of the heart of God, it provides those of us who follow Jesus with an unprecedented opportunity to disciple children in our homes, in our churches, in our communities and throughout the world. Now more than ever people are willing to invest in the cause of children through new church planting, equipping children’s ministries, child sponsorship—all of which are committed to holistic child development.


Leading a Special Needs Ministry

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ISBN: 9781433647123
Release Date: 2016-09-01
Number of pages: 224
Author: Amy Fenton Lee
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group

Download and read online Leading a Special Needs Ministry in PDF and EPUB What do you need to lead a special needs ministry? Leading a Special Needs Ministry is a practical how-to guide for the family ministry team working to welcome one or 100 children with special needs.


Show Them Jesus

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ISBN: 9781939946409
Release Date: 2014-04-28
Number of pages: 224
Author: Jack Klumpenhower
Publisher: David C Cook

Download and read online Show Them Jesus in PDF and EPUB Millions of church kids are growing up and deciding to leave the church. They listened attentively in Sunday school, made friends, and seemed committed. But one day, they quit. What happened? The Bible says we love God because he first loved us. So if we are not primarily teaching our kids about God’s love for us in Christ, we may miss our opportunity to capture their hearts. But what does it look like to teach a gospel-centered lesson? Show Them Jesus is an instruction manual for teachers of kids and teens written by a lay Bible teacher with 30 years’ experience. With a simple framework and lots of real-life examples, Klumpenhower’s book helps teachers to identify and communicate the heart of the gospel to each child in each lesson. Conventional wisdom says, “Make class more fun!” Or just, “Make it easier!” But Show Them Jesus challenges the culture of low-stakes, low-expectations teaching and invites teachers to do nothing less than teach and treasure the good news of Jesus in every lesson. Show Them Jesus’s how-to approach will complement and enrich existing lessons or teaching materials and is appropriate for teachers of children and teens in any setting.


Formational Children s Ministry mersion Emergent Village resources for communities of faith

Filename: formational-children-s-ministry-mersion-emergent-village-resources-for-communities-of-faith.pdf
ISBN: 9781441207357
Release Date: 2010-01-01
Number of pages: 160
Author: Ivy Beckwith
Publisher: Baker Books

Download and read online Formational Children s Ministry mersion Emergent Village resources for communities of faith in PDF and EPUB Much ministry to children looks more like mere entertainment than authentic spiritual formation. But what if children's ministries were rooted in a mind set whereby we taught children, with our words and actions, how the story of God, the story of church history, the story of the local community, and the story of the child intersect and speak to one another? What if children's ministry was less about downloading information into kids' heads and more about leading them into these powerful, compelling stories? Beckwith aims to help ministers and parents create a ministry that captures children's imaginations not just to keep them occupied, but to live as citizens of the kingdom of God. In addition to providing theological reasons for formational children's ministry, the book offers examples of how Ivy and other practitioners are implementing a formational model.


Amplified Leadership

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ISBN: 9781616386351
Release Date: 2012-01-03
Number of pages: 240
Author: Dan Reiland
Publisher: Charisma Media

Download and read online Amplified Leadership in PDF and EPUB The leaders you develop today will determine your ministry’s future. If you want your ministry to reach its maximum potential, all that God wants for you, it is essential that you develop strong leaders. In Amplified Leadership, “pastor’s coach” Dan Reiland gives you a proven process for developing new leaders that are established spiritually and trained practically. Not just a checklist of things you should do, Amplified Leadership provides an intentional development process that starts with your relationships and ends with empowered leaders who are ready to make an impact. With personal examples and proven advice, Reiland gives you the tools you need to: Establish relationships Engage followers Embrace and equip team members Coach your apprentices Mentor new leaders The ability to develop leaders is a life-changing gift. When you successfully empower and release people to leadership, you give them the opportunity to fulfill their potential and advance the mission of the church.


How to Enjoy Reading Your Bible

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ISBN: 9781441228529
Release Date: 2015-05-12
Number of pages: 160
Author: Keith Ferrin
Publisher: Baker Books

Download and read online How to Enjoy Reading Your Bible in PDF and EPUB Do you feel like you should read the Bible more? This book will help you want to read it. Keith Ferrin has been talking to churches for years about enjoying God's Word. Here he shares the most helpful ideas and habits you can start using today. You will find ten proven tips that are equally practical whether you are a longtime Bible student or simply exploring what this life-changing book is all about. Aimed at deepening your relationship with God, these simple suggestions will help you focus more easily as you read, remember Scripture better, and most importantly, enjoy the Bible and its Author more than you ever dreamed possible. Includes Discussion Questions and Reading Suggestions for Small Groups "This book delivers on what the title promises."--Gary Thomas, bestselling author and speaker "Not only did Keith bring the Word to life for me, but he brought God to life for me again! I will be forever grateful."--Nancy Stephens, West Virginia


Children Matter

Filename: children-matter.pdf
ISBN: 0802822282
Release Date: 2005-08-31
Number of pages: 374
Author: Scottie May
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

Download and read online Children Matter in PDF and EPUB Explores how the church can better minister to children inside and outside of the Christian education classroom. Draws on the Bible, psychology, and the authors' experience in various Protestant traditions.


The Volunteer Project

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ISBN: 0996228705
Release Date: 2015-04-06
Number of pages: 172
Author: Darren Kizer
Publisher:

Download and read online The Volunteer Project in PDF and EPUB As a church or nonprofit leader who relies on volunteer teams to get the job done each week, you know how difficult it can be to keep all of your volunteer roles filled. You feel overworked and understaffed, with a budget smaller than your vision. Sometimes your ministry can feel like it has a revolving door, simultaneously bringing in new volunteers as current ones leave. The cycle of volunteer recruitment and turnover can be overwhelming, leading to frustration and distracting from the mission. In The Volunteer Project, we will introduce you to 4 Strategies that, when applied, will launch your church or nonprofit ministry into what we call a zero recruitment model of volunteerism. Formulated from the authors' research, combined 50+ years of experience in leading volunteer teams, and the feedback of hundreds of volunteers, these 4 Strategies are designed to provide individuals with such satisfying volunteer experiences that they are motivated to continue volunteering, and even invite their friends to join them. Packed with comprehensive research, an online assessment tool for measuring volunteer satisfaction, and real-life stories, The Volunteer Project is designed to help you stop recruiting and start retaining.


The Worship Pastor

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ISBN: 9780310525240
Release Date: 2016-10-11
Number of pages: 224
Author: Zac M. Hicks
Publisher: HarperCollins Christian Publishing

Download and read online The Worship Pastor in PDF and EPUB Modern worship leaders are restless. They have inherited a model of leadership that equates leading worship with being a rock star. But leading worship is more than a performance, it's about shaping souls and making disciples. Every worship leader is really a pastor. The Worship Pastor is a practical and biblical introduction to this essential pastoral role. Filled with engaging, illustrative stories it is organized to address questions of theory and practice, striving to balance conversational accessibility with informed instruction. Part One presents a series of evocative "vignettes"--intriguing and descriptive titles and metaphors of who a Worship Pastor is and what he or she does. It shows the Worship Pastor as Church-Lover, Disciple Maker, Corporate Mystic, and Doxological Philosopher. Part Two covers specific roles related to ministry within the worship service itself--the Worship Pastor as Theological Dietician, Caregiver, Mortician, Emotional Shepherd, War General, Prophetic Guardian, Missional Historian, and Liturgical Architect. Part Three looks at ministry beyond the worship service--the Worship Pastor as Visionary Teacher, Evangelist, Artist Chaplain, and Team Leader. While some worship leaders are eager to embrace their pastoral role, many are lost and confused or lack the resources of time or money to figure out what this role looks like. Pastor Zac Hicks gives us a clear guide to leading worship, one that takes the pastoral call seriously.


Talk Now and Later

Filename: talk-now-and-later.pdf
ISBN: 1680670271
Release Date: 2015-09-01
Number of pages: 328
Author: Brian Dollar
Publisher: Salubris Resources

Download and read online Talk Now and Later in PDF and EPUB In Talk Now and Later, author Brian Dollar presents 10 common topics your child deals with and detailed advice on how to approach and discuss the issues with them. Get ready to talk to your children about the big issues in life now and later."


Children s Ministry Leadership

Filename: children-s-ministry-leadership.pdf
ISBN: 0764425277
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 144
Author: Jim Wideman
Publisher: Group Pub Incorporated

Download and read online Children s Ministry Leadership in PDF and EPUB This guide is the perfect tool for encouraging motivated children's ministry leaders to grow their ministry with effective administration. And this isn't just theory--it's practical advice brought to you from someone with experience in children's ministries of all sizes. You'll get great field-tested training from the children's ministry leadership expert. Learn leadership fundamentals, sharpen your administrative and organizational skills and create great time management methods for yourself and your children's ministry staff. This essential tool offers ministry leaders: Ways to sharpen their administrative and organizational skills specifically for children's ministry, Effective facilitation and time management for yourself, your volunteers, and your staff, plus Tried-and-true, practical advice from a children's ministry trainer and expert in the field.