KidCheck Secure Children's CheckIn Year End Review

KidCheck 2016 Year-In-Review

A year seems like a long time, but it really isn’t. One of the best things about starting a new year is being able to look back on the past year to appreciate the accomplishments, learn from the challenges, and chart the course for the […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Seasons Greetings!

Seasons Greetings!

There’s no doubt, the KidCheck family is special because of people like you, and all that you do to keep the kids in your care safe. Thank you for choosing us for your secure children’s check-in. Blessings to all for a safe and happy holiday!
 

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KidCheck Secure Children's CheckIn shares Five Tips to Create Relationships that Last

Five Tips to Create Relationships that Last

Relationships are the building blocks or framework of our lives and community; they give us meaning and purpose.  People were never meant to live in isolation, we were made to interact and impact the lives around us.
The more relationships you have, the better. Listed below […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares How To Make A Positive First Impression

Five Tips To Make A Positive First Impression

Tis the season for new and visiting families to attend your church and children’s ministry, and as the saying goes, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” This means, first impressions create both positive and negative mental images in our minds, […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Child Safety & Security Plannig

KidCheck Podcast Series: Increasing Holiday Safety in Children’s Ministry

The holiday season is upon us and with this comes Christmas programs and lots of other seasonal events and activities. These events are good outreaches and tend to appeal to individuals and families who don’t normally attend. Establishing a good first impression and making new […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's CheckIn is Sharing Encouraging Words for Kids on Thanksgiving

Encouraging Words for Kids this Thanksgiving

Praise is the greatest encouragement for a child. Encouragement to a child creates curiosity and fascination, which then sparks imagination. Imagination matters, because it influences development. According to Sir Ken Robinson, an expert in early childhood learning and development, “imagination is the source of all […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Tips for Emergency Planning

KidCheck: Medical Emergencies – Be Prepared

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” Benjamin Franklin
Keeping the little ones in your care safe is a top priority, and being prepared for any medical emergency is a key to accomplishing that goal. Strongly consider the possibility that an emergency can happen […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Employee Spotlight on Lorene

KidCheck Employee Completes the Marine Corps Marathon

From the moment you meet her you know she’s someone special. She has a bright, beautiful smile that lights up a room.  Her approachability is comforting, and within the first few moments of conversation, you can tell she is a woman who has lived a […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's CheckIn Shares What Makes a Good First Aid Kit

KidCheck: Safeguarding Children with a Good First Aid Kit

Safety doesn’t happen by accident. – Author Unknown
Every organization caring for children should emphasize the priority of safeguarding the children in their care. This can be done by making sure that staff and leadership are trained and prepared to handle emergency situations both on and […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's CheckIn Shares Security Teams & Children’s Ministry Partnering for Safety Part #2

KidCheck: Security Teams & Children’s Ministry Partnering for Safety Part #2

In our first post, The Partnership of Security Teams & Children’s Ministry for Safety we shared information on how to get the momentum moving to start a church security team, if your church lacks one. For this post, we’d like to share actionable steps that […]

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