Everything you need to create an effective children's ministry---in a "twice as nice" ultra-convenient book-and-CD format! Administrators and teachers will benefit from proven ministry strategies; ideas for recruiting and training volunteers; safety tips; teaching and storytelling techniques; information about child development, discipline, and ADD/ADHD; and more. All material is duplicated on a bonus CD-ROM. 256 reproducible pages, softcover from Gospel Light.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 256 Vendor: Gospel Light Publication Date: 2004 Dimensions: 11.0 X 8.5 (inches)
ISBN: 0830730966 ISBN-13: 9780830730964 Availability: In Stock Series:Smart Pages
This comprehensive guide provides you with all the information you need to create an effective children's ministry. For children's ministry directors, there are strategies for setting ministry goals, expert organization advice, guidelines for facilities and equipment, plans for recruiting and training volunteers, safety tips and much more. The articles for teachers include information about a child's world today, how to teach spiritual truths, storytelling tips, practical discipline advice, age-level characteristics, meeting children's needs, ADD/ADHD, along with many other topics. This book also includes miniposters that highlight key teaching skills and a CD-ROM containing everything that's in the book. REPRODUCIBLE
Gospel Light is a multi-faceted publisher of fun and creative Sunday School curriculum, exciting Vacation Bible School programs and inspiring biblical books. For nearly 70 years, Gospel Light has equipped teachers with the best tools for reaching children with the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. Gospel Light remembers what its like to see the world through a childs eyes, producing Sunday School curriculum and ministry resources designed to reach kids right where they are, teaching God and His Word through hands-on activities that engage their intense curiosity and openness to learning new things. The mission of Gospel Light is still the same today as it was in 1933: "To know Christ and to make Him known."