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Robin and Dj will be diving into the ins and outs of Kids Ministry in today's Church. Interviewing kids leaders and Pastors that are in the middle of Kids ministry. Get inspired, encouraged or confirm that you are not alone and you are were God wants you.
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Kids Ministry. Take a peek behind the scenes of what it takes to run a kids ministry. We try to share a little bit of what we've learned that works for us and some of our failures so you can avoid the same mistakes. This is a backstage pass to see the magic-or disaster-that happens behind the scenes of our kids ministry.
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Ignite Kidmin Podcast

Tamera Kraft, Revival Fire for Kids

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Revival Fire for Kids with Tamera Kraft hosts the Ignite Kidmin Podcast. You might be wondering why you should listen to it. I’m sure there are many kidmin podcasts and trainings on leadership development and fun activities vying for your attention. If you like status quo kidmin where your students play a game, learn a Bible story, have a snack, and get a short lesson on how to be good or you want a Kidmin that rivals Disney and makes kids want to come back although it never really changes t ...
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From the team at D6, this podcast is focused on building an excellent family ministry. Filled with useful tips and great interviews, we help ministry leaders and parents take practical steps to disciple families.
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We make professional kidmin leaders. Children's Ministry is the most strategic, futuristic, and fun ministry to invest in within your church. KidMin Leader Cast is designed to give you strategy that turns you and your ministry into a professional machine reaching the next generation.
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The Kidmin Podcast is designed to help children's ministry leaders teach kids the Bible in the most creative way possible. In each episode, our host Adam Bush focuses on one aspect of children's ministry and interviews a children ministry leader making it happen every single week. With a huge emphasis on using creativity in your services, our hope is this podcast is a resource to churches of all sizes and stages of growth. For more information about the Kidmin Podcast, visit www.TheKidminRes ...
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SND Kidmin Talkshow Podcast - Kid Ministry

SND Kidmin Talkshow Podcast - Kid Ministry

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This goes out to anyone listening! A little different than most.... Christian based Kids Ministry podcast program for teachers, volunteers and like creative soul winners. Sharing experiences and experiments. We take our approach to kidmin podcast a little different. Kid Ministry volunteers..... enjoy group talk that is casual, fun, informative and entertaining. Sticks N' Dirt were the 2 main creative elements of my childhood that was used to generate my imagination to life! Our goal is to do ...
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The Orange Kids Podcast creates an encouraging community for kid's ministry leaders and volunteers. Each episode features experienced children's ministry leaders who offer nuts-and-bolts suggestions to help you do what you do better -- no matter the size of your ministry. For free resources and show notes, visit www.orangekidmin.org.
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The I Love Kids Church Podcast is designed to give you fun ideas for your kids church services. We talk about kidmin, nerdy stuff and include frequent awkward silences! Join hosts Sheik Mozart and Matt G. in this podcast brought to you by iLoveKidsChurch.com.
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Raising Great Kids Podcast

Raising Great Kids Podcast

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You want to raise great kids. We want to help. (Parenting advice for every stage: birth—high school) This podcast was designed to be a resource for all things parenting. We plan to bring you great content and the advice of leading experts on topics like technology, faith, sexuality, pandemic parenting and toddler temper tantrums as we work toward helping our kids grow in their faith.
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Kids Ministry Leader Podcast

Scott & Tricia Murrish / Mikayla Risk

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Engaging conversations with great kids ministry leaders. Inspiring children's ministry leaders, workers and pastors around the world from large and small churches alike to increase their capacity to serve kids in their church with practical ideas and resources.
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Kids Ministry Real Talk

The Extend Network

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This is a podcast where I talk about everything Kids Ministry! I have had the privilege to be part of Kids Ministry in one of the fastest and largest growing Churches in Canada. Join me talk about what I have learned along the way and talk to guests who have also struggled through Kids Ministry problems! Join the Kids Ministry Real Talk community by following us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kidsministrypod/
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The Nick Blevins Family Ministry Podcast is where you can hear from top leaders in children’s ministry, student ministry and family ministry. You’ll learn the principles and practices they use to lead families with the goal of helping you maximize the potential in your ministry. For more content and notes, head to nickblevins.com.
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God really loves kids! And the people that serve them are a really big deal. These people deliver love and life into the wonderful window of childhood. How? Why? What’s their story? Each generation is to tell the next generation about who God is and how they too can experience God. We are commissioned by God to that wonderful, holy job. Join Robin …
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Every children's ministry leader needs someone but honestly, you need more than someone, you need a tribe, a group, a posse! You need community! In this episode, host and coach Tom Bump will share 4 reasons and benefits of having other leaders in your inner circle whom you can do real life with. If you are finally ready to invest in yourself and lo…
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Bonuses can be a positive motivator for church staff. Done poorly, they can be detrimental. Whether you offer merit-based bonuses is a key decision. Josh and Sam discuss the good and bad of offering bonuses and best practices for churches. The cohosts cover the types of bonuses churches can offer, when to offer them, and how to set amounts. Episode…
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Today I'm joined by Matthew Critcher. In this day and age there seems to be a culture of quote, instant success or overnight success. I think that there has always been that element, but with social media etc. we “see” it so much easier. Years ago, I heard an interview with Ann Rule, the renown True-Crime author. She was asked if the murder rate wa…
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How is your leadership foundation? Is it built on the right kind of things? What should a Kidmin Leader do to build a solid ministry? Join leadership coach and host Tom Bump, as he shares 4 crucial building blocks for a leader to build resilient leadership on. Charlie Bancroft makes this a WIN-WIN for churches!!! For every $25 dollars you gift one …
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Preachers have different personalities and should develop their own voices. However, some styles of preaching are not beneficial. Josh and Sam discuss seven styles of preaching to avoid. They discuss styles like the "look at me" preacher and the "aimless driver" preacher. Thanks go to @lukedsimmons on Twitter for the idea. Episode Sponsors: Churcht…
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Today I'm joined by Bro. Aaron and Bro. John, the kings of ad-lib! So today we shouldn’t even have an outline since we’re doing the topic of ad-lib. We have a script every Sunday, except for on rare occasions when we don’t. But our scripts are more like detailed outlines with bullet points. We hardly ever script our dialogue, and we don’t have verb…
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Are you asking questions? Do you know what questions should be asked? Join Ministry Coach and Host, Tom Bump as he shares why every leader who wants to grow themselves, their teams, and their ministries should learn how to ask the right kind of questions! Episode Sponsor: The Carlitos Project You can make a difference this summer for local children…
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Some old-school habits are worth keeping. Handwritten notes are a quick way to make a significant impact on your congregation. But when should you write these notes? And to whom? Josh and Sam discuss seven opportunities to handwrite a note. The hosts give some advice on what to include in these notes and how often to send them. Episode Sponsors: Ch…
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Today I'm joined by Bro. Steve Arter. Winners and losers have the same goal, but they don’t have the same outcome. Some people come to play a game and they’re not fully invested; they half-heartedly go through the motions. Then there’s the ones that show up and they have their special gym shoes, they’re stretching and warming up before the game. An…
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Join Host Tom Bump and his guest, Jason Tilley as they discuss how children's ministry leaders can create a plan that is clear, simple, and effective to help them grow their kids ministries. Jason outlines some steps that leaders can implement right away that will give them direction and influence. You can email Jason at jason@ministryaccelerator.c…
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The midweek gathering was once a big part of the church calendar. Josh and Sam discuss what happened to Wednesday nights and whether churches should continue using the timeslot as part of the overall strategy. Perhaps it's dead in your church. Maybe it's one of your biggest opportunities. Listen to this week's episode to find out more. Episode Spon…
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I'm joined by my daughter, Aneisha and Pastor's daughter, Shaylee. In our Sunday school we have been blessed to have a whole backstage area. In the past we had a mobile Sunday school where we had to set up every Saturday night and then take down every Sunday after Sunday school. Then we had more of a permanent space up here where we are now before …
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Reaching Generation Alpha with Digital Church: Kids Ministry Collective Podcast In this episode of the Kids Ministry Collective Podcast, host Tom Bump talks to Ben Folks about his initiative, Big Kid Ben. Discussing the increasing trend of Generation Alpha turning to YouTube for entertainment and information, they question how this shift impacts th…
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You can find out more info on www.revivalfire4kids.com. Transcript: Revival Fire for Kids purpose is to equip children’s pastors and leaders to lead children into revival and a radical relationship with Jesus! That is our passion, and we minister in a number of ways. One way is to go to your church. We can set up a kid’s crusade, children’s revival…
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We all have our quirks, but churches can be especially weird. Josh and Sam delve into these eccentricities with some humor. Sharing some of their most amusing anecdotes, they embrace and celebrate the unique, often awkward, aspects of ministry. Episode Sponsors: Churchteams: Are you tired of multiple applications for church check-in, giving, member…
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Sunday school leaders must take responsibility. When someone is quote, in charge, of something and they don’t feel responsible for the outcome, it will most likely fail. President Harry Truman had a sign on his desk that stated, “The Buck Stops Here”. This comes from the idea of passing the buck, not admitting that it’s up to me. What a blessing we…
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God really loves kids! And the people that serve them are a really big deal. These people deliver love and life into the wonderful window of childhood. How? Why? What’s their story? Each generation is to tell the next generation about who God is and how they too can experience God. We are commissioned by God to that wonderful, holy job. Join Robin …
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In this episode of the Kids Ministry Podcast, Host Tom Bump and his guest Justyn Smith dig into what it takes for children's ministry leaders to use the creative gifts God has given to make deeper discipleship happen each week. Justyns newest book, Kidmin Trust and Pixie dust hs a great resource that every Children's ministry leader should read. Ki…
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Every season has its end, and this includes church programs and events. When the moment arrives for them to go, the question arises. How should a pastor gracefully navigate ending them? Terminating a program or event is not always straightforward and may often lead to tensions within the church. In this week's episode, Josh and Sam explore various …
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It's an idea session! In our Sunday school we almost always have a theme. Now some people use the word theme, and they are referring to lesson content-we call that a topic. To clarify; theme for us means a type of environment. An army theme for example would have some kind of barracks or headquarters, maybe a forest and army costumes & props. So, a…
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When you leave a church, what should you say as you exit? There is a time to speak up. And there is a time to shut up. But how can you discern? Josh and Sam discuss the ways you can leave a church without burning it down on this week's episode. Episode Sponsors: Churchteams: Are you tired of multiple applications for church check-in, giving, member…
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We should always be looking to better ourselves and to make our team better. Every year I go to the Children’s Ministry Conference in Redlands, CA and I bring some of our team. This is an awesome 2-day conference, and the teachers are great. We’ve been talking about starting an in-house training and the time is upon us. I have a general outlook and…
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Exploring The D6 Conferences 2024: A Chat With Tom Bump and Derek Altom on Kids Ministry Collective Podcast In this episode of the Kids Ministry Collective Podcast, Tom Bump chats with Derek Altom about the exciting D6 Conferences 2024. They discuss key distinctions of the two versions of the conference designed for the West Coast and the East Coas…
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Children's ministry has changed rapidly in the last few years, especially at small and mid-size churches. Curriculum choices are becoming more important. Volunteer needs are creating new stress points. Anxiety among children is on the rise. And hiring is shifting as churches select internal candidates. Jenny Smith, Awana's lead curriculum developer…
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