world of children’s ministry requires a state of constant change.
You learn new techniques, discover cool ideas, and if you’re
anything like me, you’re constantly learning from your mistakes.
It’s critical that you invest in your volunteers, helping them grow
and giving them the knowledge they need to be their best at the
task you’ve assigned them to do. Volunteer training isn’t
difficult, and it empowers your team to be the best it can be. I
want to share with you today a few training tools!
Children’s Ministry Magazine
Children’s Ministry Magazine is packed with practical,
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Good to Go
This on-demand video training service
is really the ultimate tool when it comes to equipping
volunteers without a scheduling nightmare. You pick and choose
which subjects to assign to each volunteer, even add your own
videos, and let the system keep track of the rest. Volunteers can
watch the videos on their own time, on their own screens. The
videos are short, interesting, and super helpful. There’s a
free trial available, so
check it out!
KidMin This is
the unconventional conference for children’s
ministry. Every session, every training
opportunity, and everything about our time together is about you
walking away with deeper learning, authentic conversations, and
renewed passion. The KidMin Conference is more than a conference;
it’s a ministry experience. If you’ve been to conferences before,
trust me, this one is different. If you haven’t taken your team to
a conference before, here’s a chance to make connections that will
last a lifetime. I’ll be at KidMin 2014, and I’d love to meet you
Kids LOVE these Sunday School resources!
These are some tools I’d recommend, but
I want to know what you think. Have any other tools you’d add to
the list? Have you tried anything on this list? What were your
thoughts? Share with us using the comment section