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Telling the story of Promiseland from its early days until today and offering glimpses of succesful children's minsitries across the country, Promiseland Director Sue Miller shares insights that can reshape your whole approach to children's ministry and cast a new vision for everyone involved: church leaders, parents and above all,kids. Gleaning from twenty-eight years of hands-on ministry experience, here is practical guidance to helpaddress your most vital concerns and challenges: how to grab and hold kids' interest, how to balance evangelism and discipleship, six specific ministry values that meet kid's needs, and secrets to recruiting, training, and leading volunteers, and more.
Number of Pages: 208
Publication Date: 2004
|Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)|
Postmodern Children's Ministry: Ministry to Children in the 21st Century ChurchIvy BeckwithZondervan/Youth Specialties / 2004 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:
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NKJV Children's Ministry Resource Bible, HardcoverThomas Nelson / 1993 / Hardcover$25.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 32 Reviews
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Haz de tu Ministerio de Niños la Mejor Hora de la Semana (Making your Children's Ministry the Best Hour of Every Kid)Sue Miller, David StaalZondervan / 2005 / Trade Paperback$8.49 Retail:
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Promiseland is Willow Creeks highly successful childrens ministry. Using examples from Promiseland and churches of all sizes around the country, this book provides step by step guidance and creative application exercises to help churches develop a thriving childrens ministryone that strives to be the best hour of every kids week. Included are Scripture-based principles and practical resources for church staff members and volunteers who agree with the critical role childrens ministry plays in a local church. Making Your Childrens Ministry the Best Hour of Every Kids Week, based on twenty-eight years of experience at Willow Creek, explains four ministry foundations: Mission, Vision, Values, and Strategy. Content includes: Detailed answers to questions facing every childrens ministry: • What does Jesus expect from childrens ministry? • How can we evangelize lost kids and disciple saved kids at the same time, and should we? • How do we engage kids so they dont become bored? • How do we get better at recruiting and leading volunteers? • How can our ministry be a safe place for children? • Six specific ministry values that address the needs of todays children • Practical first steps for ministries that want to get serious about change • Clear indicators of success in childrens ministry
David Staal serves as the president of Kids Hope USA, a national non-profit organization that partners local churches with elementary schools to provide mentors for at-risk students. Prior to this assignment, David led Promiseland, the childrens ministry at Willow Creek Community Church in Barrington, Illinois. Other leadership roles he held at Willow Creek include director of communications and director of children's ministry for the Willow Creek Association. David authored Word Kids Need to Hear (2008), Leading Your Child to Jesus and Leading Kids to Jesus (2006), and Making Your Childrens Ministry the Best Hour of Every Kids Week (2004, co-authored with Sue Miller). David also serves as the senior editor of Todays Childrens Ministry, an electronic publication and web site from Christianity Today International. He lives in Grand Haven, MI, with his wife Becky, son Scott, and daughter Erin.
JulieluannAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5March 4, 2011JulieluannAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book is great whether you are new to children's ministry or an old veteran. It is inspiring and causes you to think about how you are doing things. I will be re-reading this one and then passing it along to a friend!
Nancy5 Stars Out Of 5April 29, 2010NancyThis book has been a huge inspiration to me Tangible information to help my team transform our childrens ministry.
John Babbitts4 Stars Out Of 5November 14, 2007John BabbittsNot the best theologically, but I purchased a copy for everyone involved in our Sunday School ministry and set up a date for them to discuss their reactions. It really helped them think out of the box and create an ongoing process of continually looking to make our program better.