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The cover of the July/August 2012 issue of Children's Ministry Magazine. It features an elementary-aged girl sitting on her dad's lap.
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Web Exclusives: Children’s Ministry Magazine July/August 2012

Here are the web exclusives from the July/August 2012 issue of Children’s Ministry Magazine.


Children’s Ministry Magazine is the MOST read magazine for children’s ministry! It’s packed with practical, authentic ministry ideas to help you become even better at what you do best—lead kids to Jesus. You’ll get sound advice and encouragement from today’s children’s ministry experts, AND hundreds of ideas so kids will begging to come back!

In addition to what’s in our magazines, we offer exclusive extra content, ideas, and free downloads from each issue because we want to equip you to serve families better.

So here’s some extra content from our Children’s Ministry Magazine issue from July/August 2012.

Web Exclusives: Children’s Ministry Magazine July/August 2012

  • The cover of the July/August 2012 issue of Children's Ministry Magazine. It features an elementary-aged girl sitting on her dad's lap.Page 33. Frog Fundraiser. Download tag art.
  • Page 34. For The Love of Service. More ways kids can serve in and out of church.
    • Ways Kids Can Serve in Church
      • Prayer team
      • Ushers
      • Worship team
      • Sound or computer technical support
      • Teach a lesson
      • Welcome team
      • Puppetry
      • Human video
      • Hand out snacks or papers
      • Assist with lessons upfront
      • Assist peers with special needs
    •  Ways Kids Can Serve Outside of Church
      • Obey at home without complaint
      • Visit the elderly (in groups of three or more, monitored by parent or leader)
      • Pray for missionaries, pastors, or the sick
      • Perform or minister in community settings
      • Write poetry or short stories to be shared
      • Create original artwork for others
      • Help those in need
  • Page 46. Helping Kids Through Transitions. To help kids with special needs feel a sense of control in your ministry, display your routine visually. Use this schedule or adapt it to fit your needs so you can invite children who struggle with transitions to move the pointer that signals the move from one activity to another.
  • Page 54. The Art of Short-Term Boosts. Download a logo you can use to make Rock Star T-shirts for volunteers. Option 1, Option 2, or Option 3
  • Page 71. The Curriculator. Download a chart as a grid/checklist to help analyze curriculum.

Looking for more Children’s Ministry Magazine web exclusives? Check our archive pages! You can also view our most recent issue here.

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