KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares an Annual Child Safety Survey

Annual Child Safety Survey

At KidCheck, we take child protection and safety very seriously. That’s why we suggest an annual child safety evaluation or survey at the end of each year. It’s an excellent opportunity to learn where you’re doing well and how you can improve.
All that’s needed is […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In is sharing several ways to communicate your child safety plan to new families

Communicating Your Child Safety Plan to Families

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 […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares The Top Five Benefits of Effective Communication with Parents

The Top Five Benefits of Effective Communication with Families

Serving and protecting children in your organization is no small task. Many details must come together to create a successful program. However, one element stands high above the rest, your ability to communicate with parents.
Research indicates that those who communicate well perform better personally and […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares A Guest Post from Dale Hudson

Children in America…the latest findings

This guest post is from Dale Hudson. Dale is a prolific thought-leader, who has helped build some of the largest and fastest growing modern ministries in the United States. He’s an author, teacher, and national speaker, who understands the value and responsibility of leading children. […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In New Feature Guardian Text Messaging

KidCheck New Feature – Guardian Text Messaging Improved

Customer feedback is important, and at KidCheck we welcome it and take it seriously. It encourages ongoing conversation and helps us understand what customers really want, not only in a secure children’s check-in system, but also out of the company they have chosen to partner […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Tips to Keep Parents Smiling and Kids Safe

KidCheck Shares Tips to Keep Parents Smiling and Kids Safe

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 […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Features a Guest Post from Steven Kinght

How to Maximize Your Productivity in Ministry

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 […]

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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 and the Importance of Using Photos

Using Photos with Secure Children’s Check-In Increases Child Safety

In the very visual-centric world in which we live, using identification photos is an important element of ensuring security for children’s ministry.
In addition to utilizing photos to increase child safety by identifying authorized and unauthorized guardians picking up children, KidCheck also incorporates a special icon […]

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KidCheck Children's Check-In System Parent Tips

Three Tips for Raising Great Adults

Author and speaker Andy Andrews says, “We’re not trying to raise great kids. We’re trying to raise great adults.” Though you likely aren’t actually raising the children in your ministry, you do play a role in influencing who they will become. Keeping the perspective that […]

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