Category Archives: Just for fun

12 Ways You Can Teach Thankfulness to Your KidMin

I have always thought it was so interesting that Thanksgiving comes before Christmas. A day where we spend being thankful precedes a day where we give and get gifts. I am not going to get into all of that. But I do think it is interesting to note. Like a lot of things in life, […]

Free Thanksgiving Coloring Page

I love those types of coloring pages where there are some spots to fill in the blank. I think it really helps to personalize things, and who doesn’t love talking about themselves? So, we have made a coloring page just for Thanksgiving. It has 3 questions, a turkey, pie, and a pumpkin. Tip, have a […]

The Red Book Minute Chapters 1-5

We have been going through The Red Book, chapter by chapter.    

15 No Hassle Summer Events for Your KidMin

How to have a great summer, even though it is about to start! I know, today as I am writing this it is May 29, only a few short days away from June, which, in my mind marks the beginning of summer. But let me tell you that it is not too late to start […]

The KidMin Event Checklist

It can be very overwhelming to plan a large event. So, I have made an event checklist just for KidMin! On it, I have laid everything out by time, and I have also kept a couple of blank spaces that you can fill in if you need it. What do you think? Should something else […]

Signs You Were Meant to Be In KidMin

You love being an elevated hall monitor. You love talking about church. You love giving out candy as quite seat prizes You love finding new volunteers! You love taking a nap after a busy Sunday morning. You love biting your lip when someone says this: You love having fun! You love planning meetings. Your phone […]

Is It Possible To Lead When You Are Not The Top Dog?

The answer is a resounding yes. The story of David and Goliath in 1 Samuel chapter 17 is a great example of leadership. David was just a teenager and he managed to have influence over the king and change the direction of a nation. Here are ten leadership principals that we can learn from David. […]