As a ministry leader, you probably have big plans, grand ideas, multiple initiatives, and lofty goals that you want to accomplish. We all start there but isn’t it true that usually within a few years the shine and excitement have faded, and we are thrilled to just survive a Sunday? Why does this happen? I believe in part because we have failed to put boundaries around our ministry, and we have failed to give it an identity.
by Mark Steiner Yep—I am “seasoned” enough to be an eye-witness to much of what has taken place during the last thirty years of children’s ministry. Nope—this article is not about the history or “roots” of ministry to kids. That is a topic for another day. Instead, I would like to take a whack at
This blog was written by Dave Harff, a guest writer for INCM. The first thing I discovered in the amazing world of children’s ministry is that indeed kids can be involved in leading ministry and be effective. Meet Vinny When I was first in ministry, every time I started setting my puppet stage with two