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Sort order. Jan 10, Heather Gmiterek rated it liked it. This book was good. It had a solid foundation to build on and a lot of good reminders.
Making Your Children's Ministry the Best Hour of Every Kid's Week By: Sue Miller, David Staal
It was more of a chronicling of the events then a how to Mar 03, Elissa rated it liked it. Definitely learned a lot. Jan 19, Jo Oehrlein rated it really liked it Shelves: religious , non-fiction. I do think she uses sort of a straw man for comparisons against Promiseland their SS curriculum , though. She talks about no one liking to sit there in SS and do a workbook. In my years as a kid in Sunday School and more than a decade teaching children's Sunday School, I've never seen a workbook-focused Sunday School class.
She does emphasize small groups and really relating to the kids and also how important consistency is in the ministry. She doesn't really have anything to say about churches with small children's departments, other than make it more interesting and they'll bring their friends not much help for those in low population areas. Nothing for starting a children's ministry from scratch, either, or what to do if your small groups and large group are the same group.
MAKING YOUR CHILDRENS MINISTRY THE BEST HOUR OF EVERY KIDS WEEK
Apr 21, Rebecca rated it liked it. Based on mega-church Willow Creek in the Chicago area, you could feel overwhelmed with all they accomplish because of their size, but still some good ideas for visioning for any size church. Also, not as much conservative, evangelical religion as I feared when I saw where it came from. Building a ministry I recommend this book to anyone who is new to children's ministry or looking for some inspiration. It will put the desire back in your heart to lead the children into the world of tomorrow. Jan 17, Catherine rated it really liked it.
Excellent for anyone who is interested in children's ministry. Jul 24, Rob rated it liked it. A few good ideas on organization and method. Ernest Odunze rated it really liked it Jan 11, Each Sunday morning, kids gather from for total group time and for small group time Sunday School. Each month, we explore a new theme and our Bible stories, lessons, games, and activities all center around the theme for that month. Nursery care is available for ages two and under while preschool and elementary kids through 5th grade will experience the Bible lessons in meaningful ways.
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