Category Archives: Administrative

Top 5 Reasons why Super Church Curriculum is for you

Are you shopping for curriculum?  I’ve got a couple questions for you… Have you ever thrown your hands up in the air in desperation while searching for curriculum? Have you ever thought to yourself when you find a great curriculum, “It costs how much!?” I bet you chuckled and said yes to at least one of these […]

Do you do this in your Preschool Class?

Ministering to preschool children can seem daunting at times.  They are very wiggly and active.  I am going to give you four tools you can use every week.  If you learn how to use these tools during our class time you will have success ministering to your preschoolers. PLAYTIME An important part of your preschool […]

How To Develop Leadership Skills In Your Kids

One day a parent asked me the following question: “What is the most important thing I can do to make sure my kids stay in church when they become an adult?” I did not hesitate. “Teach them to be a leader.” Of course, I can’t guarantee that your child will stay in church when they become an adult, but I can […]

There isn’t anything like this for preschoolers!

Mark and I have several grandchildren.  Right now, our youngest, Lucille is 4 years old. We love Luci; but, from time to time it is extremely difficult for her to listen. She will go on about her business, as if she doesn’t hear me, whether I ask her to put away a toy, it’s bath time, or […]

Can a 5-year old receive Christ?

Ninety percent (90%) of a child’s personality is formed before the age of 5 years old. When ministering to preschool children you are establishing their foundation, in which their spiritual life will stand and be supported. You have an incredible opportunity to influence the character and development of the kids you are teaching. Don’t lose a minute. […]

4 Tools For Your Preschool Class

Ministering to 3-5 year olds can seem daunting at times. They are very wiggly and active. To set you up for success, here are four tools you can use every week. Yes, do these same four things every week. ONE: PLAYTIME An important part of your preschool class is playtime.  Playtime is important, because play […]

Don’t Overlook This…

“When will things get back to, sort-of-normal?” We have all thought this at some point. Unless you’ve been too busy, in KidMin, creating your new – temporary – reality. During this pandemic, it has been challenging to have a call in your heart to reach kids with the gospel, and yet have to go by […]

Work Boundaries

I recently asked the following question on Facebook: “How many hours do you work each week?” Do you know what I found out? The average answer was 51 hours. Not surprisingly, I came to the conclusion that many of us are working too much. I don’t have any problem saying if you are consistently working for than 50 […]

Have you thought about TRAINING your Kid Leaders?

Being in KidMin requires that we wear multiple hats in our role.  There are loads of things we need to put our time into every week, because Sunday is coming. I know what that is like.  You are driven by your passion to minister to kids.  Simple. But what it takes to have a great […]