At KidCheck we know it’s easier for both kids and parents to focus and connect with others in an environment where the kids feel safe and protected. For most children’s ministries, both small and large, a safe and secure environment is a top priority. However, in a time […]
In case you missed it, here’s a great post from the KidCheck archives. It covers 5 things you can do to encourage happy parents, and/or guardians, and safe kids. We’d like to know your thoughts, please share in the comments section below anything that you […]
As part of our ongoing commitment to child protection, each week KidCheck shares safety tips for organizations focused on caring for children. The purpose of sharing these tips is to provide information that is actionable, easy to implement, and helps to improve child safety.
We believe […]
Here’s a guest post from Steven Knight. Steven is a family and children’s ministry pastor in Dallas, Texas. Steven’s passion is to train and equip children’s ministry leaders. He is the founder of kidmintools.com, a website that is dedicated to keeping those in children’s ministry […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]