How to have a “Sent-sational” Kidmin Team

Guest post by Dawn Farris who is the Director of Children’s Ministries at New Testament Christian Church, Keokuk, IA. You can find out more about her at her blog www.whosthefarris.com or follow her on twitter @whosthefarris I put a new “Scentsy” wax cube in the warmer in my office today. …

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If you want your team to fail, then practice these ideas.

There is a ton written on leadership and what to do if you want to succeed. I thought seeing that there is so much coming from that end with nothing resulting from it, I would try the reverse psychology idea and write from the other direction in hopes of some …

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How do you show volunteers they are important

I read a lot and hear a lot of kidmin folks talk about volunteers. A person can’t hang out in circles of kidmin folks very long without hearing people claim they need more volunteers. Visit churches and see bulletins full of request for volunteers, clever commercials created asking for volunteers. …

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Team building the Nehemiah way

Nehemiah is a great biblical example of someone who achieved incredible even jaw dropping success through teams. The protective walls of Jerusalem were in shambles. The people were divided and treating each other poorly. Yet Nehemiah rides in and helps the people rebuild the walls around the entire city in …

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Letting go of unproductive habits part 3

Thinking more is better More is not always better. In fact, in many cases quality beats the quantity. One way I would look at quality over quantity is moving from being the jack of all trades and the master of none. In this wonderful world of today with all the …

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