KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Guest Post from Dale Hudson on 3 Strategies for Impacting Kids

Guest Post: 3 Strategies for Impacting Kids

This week we are featuring a guest post from ministry thought-leader Dale Hudson. Dale has over 30 years of ministry experience, is the author of several books, and has been featured in Time Magazine and Christianity Today. In addition, as a sought-after speaker and executive ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Is Sharing 5 Tips for a Safe & Successful Camp

5 Tips for a Safe & Successful Camp

Summer camp has many benefits for kids and youth. Personal growth, increased learning, development, and making memories that last a lifetime. As camp counselors, directors, and administrators begin to welcome kids back this summer; safety is always on the radar. Those working at a camp understand ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Resources for Vacation Bible School

Resources for Vacation Bible School

You may be experiencing a mixed bag of emotions with Vacation Bible School (VBS) is right around the corner! Vacation Bible School is unique in that it brings together new and visiting families who may not attend weekly. We want to highlight KidCheck resources and child ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-in Shares 10 Youth Volunteer Safety Ideas

10 Youth Volunteer Safety Ideas

It’s no secret that finding volunteers has its challenges. Regardless of the type of activity, many organizations struggle to connect and recruit for fundamental needs. Most leaders prefer to build their volunteer teams through outreach and referrals and create engagement channels that promote long-term participation. However, ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares 8 Ways to Get Involved with Abuse Prevention Month

8 Ways to Get Involved with Abuse Prevention Month

According to childwelfare.gov, National Child Abuse Prevention Month (NCAPM) recognizes the importance of families and communities working together to strengthen families to prevent child abuse and neglect. During April, this prevention program centers on related activities to reduce risk factors and build up protective factors for ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Parent Safety Expectations – A Personal Perspective

Parent Safety Expectations – A Personal Perspective

There is no denying the weekly experience with children’s ministry has changed over the last 18-24 months. Some children’s ministries have experienced lower than expected attendance, fewer volunteers, reduced budgets, and less overall interest from new families. However, organizations are working hard to get to ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In is sharing Child Safety Trends for 2022

Child Safety Trends for 2022

Child Safety is an ongoing practice and the task of identifying the gaps of where your organization currently stands and where it needs to be. In addition, new technologies, equipment, resources, and improvements are necessary for the changing landscape each year. 2022 continues to be about ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Safety Tips for Back-to-School Season

Safety Tips for Back-to-School Season

Summer has faded and kids have returned. Fall is a great time for reminders on how you can improve child safety. At KidCheck, we believe every child deserves to be in a safe environment and every parent, and organization caring for them, deserves peace of ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares A Guest Post from Tim Challies 6 Reasons Why Sexual Predators Target Churches

Why Sexual Predators Pursue Churches – A Guest Post by Tim Challies

Children and youth are vulnerable. That’s why it’s important to put time and effort into increasing child safety and protection. Over the years, we have shared numerous posts, blog series, webinars, workshops, book reviews, and weekly tips on predator-proofing your organization. The guest post below from ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Is Sharing Should Pastors Be Mandatory Reporters?

Should Pastors Be Mandatory Reporters?

This week we are sharing a guest post from ChurchLeaders.com written by Stephanie Martin. Stephanie is a journalist, editor, and Christian publishing professional, business owner, wife, and mom.  Stephanie is an active member of a church in Lakewood, Colorado where she resides with her family. In ...
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