As a minister, it is crucial to evaluate the effectiveness of your ministry to make improvements where necessary. By measuring the success of your ministry, you can better understand how to serve your community and achieve your ministry goals.
Author: Chris McKinney
Children's Pastor from the Pacific Northwest. With 20 years of experience in Children's Ministry, Chris uses his knowledge to help others reach families in their communities.
Is your children’s ministry active on social media?
If not, why?
Have you given up because no one liked your page or your posts?
Social media can be an incredible tool to reach our communities.
Top 10 Sunday School Curriculum Resources
Looking for FREE curriculum resources for your church? The best curriculum doesn’t have to cost a dime.
Check out this list of our top 10 free curriculum resources.
Wouldn’t it be easier to have all parents whose children come every week serving in Children’s Ministry? It would make recruiting easier and we’d always have extra people, right? Your intentions may be in the right place, but trust me, it will create a toxic culture in your ministry.
Kids Church Songs
Looking for great kids church songs? There are so many artists out there producing great music that we put together a list of our top picks.
Can you imagine what your ministry would be like if volunteering was by-invitation-only? Exclusive to the people who want to reach families in your community. You can grow your team to the point where people are literally waiting to join.
How Important Is Children’s Ministry?
Children’s Ministry plays an essential role in the spiritual growth of children and families. Studies have shown that if a person doesn’t make the decision to follow Christ by the age of 18, they probably won’t until much later in life. Most people believe that outside of parents and family, the church is responsible for spiritual growth in children. Children’s Ministry has a vital role to partner with parents and families to instill godly values that will serve kids for a lifetime.