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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KidCheck secure children's check-In shares the benefits of electronic check-in vs. using pen and paper

The Benefits of Electronic Children’s Check-In vs. Using Pen & Paper

Making the decision to move away from using pen and paper to an electronic solution for your children’s ministry check-in may seem daunting, due to all the details that must be considered. On one hand, pen and paper is low cost, simple, and can be […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In & Uninvolved Parents

Children’s Check-In When Parent Involvement is Limited

Using a secure children’s check-in system has many benefits. It helps streamline your check-in process, improve child safety, track attendance, and create a positive parent and visitor experience. The best approach to ensure a safe check-in is to have family accounts with complete parent and […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Introduces PrintHub

Introducing KidCheck PrintHub

A faster, easier and more convenient mobile printing solution
For secure children’s check-in there’s no denying the rise in demand for mobility. Having a mobile check-in solution provides a unique opportunity to offer an additional personal touch with first-time visitors and returning families. Personally greeting guests […]

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New to Kidmin? Make Child Safety a Priority

As up and coming children’s ministry leaders finish seminary and head out for jobs or internships, missions, and mentoring opportunities, there’s often a lot of commentary on the top nuggets of wisdom that should be gleaned.
Dale Hudson, one of KidCheck’s favorite Kidmin thought leaders recently […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Guardian Tracking Improvements

KidCheck New Features for Improved Guardian Location Tracking

KidCheck places a high value on customer feedback and suggestions for product development. We appreciate anyone who takes the time to send us a positive comment or an idea for improvement.
This week’s post has a dual purpose: First, it’s to thank all the customers who […]

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