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9 Things They Didn't Teach Me in College About Children's Ministry
Standard Publishing / 2011 / Paperback
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Did you know that church bulletins are the worst place to recruit volunteers? How do you handle moms and nursery workers that don't get along? Sharing real-life stories, Frank reveals nine essentials that every children's minister should know, including training volunteers, starting a family ministry, conflict resolution, how and why to network, and more. 128 pages, softcover from Standard.
This book is for children's ministry volunteers, paid ministry staff, and those interested in children's ministrynot just college graduates. The author shares nine things he didn't learn in college, but learned from experience. Written with lots of humor and real-life stories, new and veteran children's ministers will find their leadership skills exploding to a new level. This book features:
• Real-life inspirational stories from dozens of churches
• Practical ideas children's ministers can immediately use
• Interviews with other children's ministers
Ryan Frank served fifteen years as the children's pastor at Liberty Baptist Church in Sweester, IN. He now serves as the Executive Director of Innovative Ministries for Awana. Ryan is the Executive Director of Kidzmatter, Inc., and the Executive Editor of K! Magazine, a magazine for those who minister to children. He also serves on the board of directors for the International Network of Children's Ministry (providers of the Children's Pastors' Conference) and the American Children's Ministers' Association. Ryan graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University with a degree in Christian education. He is married and has two daughters. Ryan regularly speaks at church and children's ministry conferences on topics ranging from leadership to teaching preschoolers.
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