Beyond the Show: Connecting With Kidmins at KidMin


What’s my biggest need that Group’s KidMin Conference meets?

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I have a voracious appetite for learning from real people in real ministries. While I’ve learned a lot from speakers and workshop leaders, I always want more and I wonder what the people around me are thinking, but there never seems time to stop and talk.

I want to be able to have a meaningful conversation with people who are in the workshops/sessions with me. I want to find out what they’re struggling with and what’s bringing them great joy in ministry. I want to ask them questions and grapple with real-world problems together. I want to make discoveries by the grace of God together.

That’s exactly what KidMin provides me. I’m so excited that we’re going beyond the show and focusing on creating authentic conversations. We won’t let a packed schedule stop conversations; instead we’ll actually plan for these times in everything we do. I’m glad that KidMin has a relaxed atmosphere with environments that encourage such conversations.

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I’m really looking forward to getting to know real people in real ministries at our next KidMin!

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Straight to the Heart

About Author

Christine Yount Jones

Christine has more than 27 years of children’s ministry experience. She is the Executive Editor of Children’s Ministry Magazine, has authored many books and articles on children’s ministry, and serves as co-director of the KidMin Conference. She’s led teams in the development of leading innovative resources, including Group's Instant Christmas Play, Buzz Instant Sunday School curriculum, Grapple Preteen Curriculum, and the new Dig-In Sunday School curriculum. Follow Christine on Twitter @ChristineYJones

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