This week KidCheck had the honor of joining the team from INCM for Web Week – The Best Week Online for Kidmin! This event is next-level professional training that draws multitudes of people involved with children’s ministry who are interested in gaining more knowledge, connecting […]
The International Network of Children’s Ministry (INCM) is committed to training and equipping children and family ministry leaders around the globe. They started a movement to connect thousands of ministry professionals with resources that inspire, train, and support the unique needs of each ministry.
INCM is […]
What a start to the year it’s been. Triumph and tragedy have been the defining factors that kicked off the year. More than anything we hope both aspects have helped to usher in thoughts of what you’d like to improve, introduce, change, and even eliminate […]
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 […]
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 […]
On the KidCheck blog, we like sharing relevant, and credible information it’s one of our favorite things to do. Our goal is to provide resources that can assist any organization caring for children in reducing risk and increasing the care and safety of children.
This week’s […]
To Check or Not to Check…That is the question? This is the third post in the 2017 Back to School series.
Volunteers they’re an essential element of any child-centered organization. When dealing with our most vulnerable population, children, a face-to-face meeting is simply not enough for […]
It’s the time of year when we kick off sharing safety information for organizations focused on serving children. Back to school, is the perfect time to reflect on what worked over the last year and what could be improved to work better for the coming […]
There are many policies and procedures to follow when you’re caring for children. However, there are a few core ones that increase child safety, protect the caregiver, and reduce organizational liability as well. The two-adult rule, often referred to as the Rule of Two, is […]
It’s important that all organizations caring for children have safety and security policies and procedures to ensure every child is protected and taken care of. Childcare centers, churches, activity centers, and fitness facilities are all places where parents drop off their kids, trusting they will […]