“Children’s check-in is the front door to your organization and has a huge impact on a new family’s decision to return. Directors need to know that people don’t typically return if they’ve had a bad check-in experience. It’s a deal breaker.” Dee Cobia, Vintage Church Los […]
Thank you for checking back! This is the second post in our series, “Gaining Leadership Support for Improving Child Safety”.
In Part #1, we shared some steps on how you can encourage leadership to take child safety and abuse prevention seriously and offer their support. We […]
When sharing information on improving child safety, a question commonly asked is, “How do I get leadership in my organization to take child safety seriously and offer support?” Although it’s a good question, it’s unfortunate in today’s world it even has to be asked. All […]
The right technology, properly implemented, improves safety and security so that you can focus on your main job: guiding children in your ministry to grow in their faith.
Technology and Your Relationships
Technology is only as strong as the people using it. Even the best and most […]
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again, “At KidCheck we believe every child deserves a chance to grow up in a safe environment, and every parent deserves peace of mind about the safety of their children.” That’s why we’re excited to be participating […]
For many parents, visiting a new church can be somewhat nerve-racking and overwhelming, especially if they have small children. Their experience of your church can hinge on how their children were cared for. These powerful first impressions speak volumes about your ministry—whether you want them […]
Tis the season for new families to visit your organization, and as the saying goes, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” People evaluate organizations by how they conduct themselves; Meaning first impressions create both positive and negative mental images in […]
Last week, KidCheck had the honor of participating in the Safety in Kidmin Online Forum put on by Ryan Frank, founder of Kidmin Nation. Participating in the forum were children’s ministry directors from all over the US and Canada. The safety panelists were a mix of […]