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Number of Pages: 144
Publication Date: 2009
|Dimensions: 9.2 X 6.05 X .35 (inches)|
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Kids Ministry 101: Practical Answers to Your Questions About Kids Ministry is your one-stop book of answers to questions that all children's ministers and VBS directors face. A 101 tool for planning and implementing a growing ministry to kids. Includes a CD-ROM with ministry ideas, articles, and forms.
Key Issues include:
- How do I choose the right curriculum for my church?
- How do I prepare a budget?
- How do I enlist volunteers?
- What legal issues do I need to understand?
- How do I develop policies and procedures?
- What should my kids space look like?