2 Apologies for Our Dispatch Subscribers

By October 24, 2015IN > CM Magazine
Dispatch Volume 3

As INCM’s Marketing Director, it’s my responsibility to consider how the organization should respond to adversity.

And, when you’re literally shipping a ton of something (in this case, we’re shipping 2,135 pounds of Dispatch this week), you’re likely to run into some issues.

So, to those of you who subscribe to our Dispatch subscription box, we’d like to say something:

We’re sorry. We are deeply sorry.

The first two volumes that we mailed set a standard that we’re going to have to reset for two important reasons.

First, we’d like to apologize that the box size is different.

The Volume 3 box is an inch taller than the previous boxes, and we are sensitive to those of you who have mail slots or mailboxes that will not be able to fix this quarter’s box.

We tried everything we could think of to get the product to fit into the old box – including buying a [broken] ShrinkRay 2000 off eBay – but nothing worked. So, again, we’re sorry.

Next, we’d like to apologize that the box is difficult to open.

The Volume 3 box has so much packed into it that you may actually have trouble getting the box open.

This is a serious issue, and we want to make sure that all of our subscribers are properly equipped to retrieve the items in their box.

Here are some instructions that will help you when your Dispatch box arrives:

  1. Set your Dispatch box on a flat surface.
  2. Open it carefully.
  3. Enjoy your Dispatch box.

Again, we’re really sorry that this may cause you some problems.

If you have any concerns about your Dispatch box, please feel free to send me an email and I will do my best to address your problem right away.


If you aren’t currently a subscriber to Dispatch, and if you don’t mind a big box so full of kidmin resources that it’s hard to open, visit kidmin.com to sign up for $39/quarter or $119/year.

Keep fighting the good fight,


About Michayla White

As the Executive Director for INCM, Michayla oversees the ministry of INCM and provides guidance for initiatives that inspire and equip the kidmin community. For the past eleven years, she has had the privilege of serving in children’s and family ministry. Prior to joining INCM, she served at a non-profit children's ministry organization in various capacities like media production, digital strategy, conferences, partnerships, and ministry program design. She has also enjoyed consulting for ministry friends and organizations. Michayla has a Bachelor’s in Psychology with specializations in Christian Counseling and Life Coaching from Liberty University. Her passion for children’s ministry started in middle school, and she was always involved in all aspects of her church’s children’s ministry. These experiences solidified a burning passion in her heart to serve those who serve children and families. Michayla married her best friend and childhood sweetheart. They are having a blast raising two little boys.

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