KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Get The Most Out of Your Screening Process – Webinar Recap

Get The Most Out of Your Screening Process – Webinar Recap

Eliminating easy access to ensure safety for your ministry Recently we did a webinar with Protect My Ministry because comprehensive screening and background checks of volunteers and staff are essential to keep kids safe.     The goals of the webinar were to: Establish the importance, benefits, and key components ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares The Importance of the Annual Family Survey

The Importance of the Annual Family Survey

Recently we shared a post on five items for success in children’s ministry and highlighted the benefits of using an annual survey to engage and connect with families. However, that’s just one of the many benefits of using an annual survey. More organizations should take advantage ...
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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 finding volunteers has its challenges. Regardless of the type of activity, many organizations are struggling 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. ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares 5 Safety Resources for Child Abuse Prevention

5 Safety Resources for Abuse Prevention

National Child Abuse Prevention Month recognizes the importance of families and communities working together to prevent child abuse and neglect. Recently, we shared eight ways to get involved. Below are some resources organizations interested in prioritizing child protection and safety can use at any time, ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares 5 Steps for Easter Follow Up

5 Steps for Easter Follow Up

Easter is almost here, and it’s a big deal. That’s why it’s important to have a strategy to welcome new first-time visitors and follow up with them. By following up, you will be able to answer any outstanding questions and help them feel connected and ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares A Guest Post from Meghan’s Ministry

Guest Post: The Importance of Vacation Mode

This week we are featuring a guest post from Meghan’s Ministry. Meghan is passionate about all things Kidmin and has served in various ministry capacities in Alabama, Texas, and Tennessee. She enjoys serving children of all ages and equipping others to do the work in ...
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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 Top 10 Tips to Manage Children’s Stress in Ministry

Guest Post: Top 10 Tips to Manage Children’s Stress in Ministry

This week we’re featuring a guest post from childrensministry.com – A fantastic online resource for leaders in children’s and family ministries. The site features Leader Tips & Tools, Family Ministry Ideas, Bible lessons, and many activities. The post focuses on the benefits of helping kids manage ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Guest Post: Building Self Confidence as a Leader from Dale Hudson

Guest Post: Building Leadership Self Confidence from Dale Hudson

A benefit of being a leader with self-confidence is that you will earn the trust and respect of others. People are more willing to put their confidence in someone they know can lead them in the right direction and identify opportunities that others don’t see. We’re ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-in Shares Creating an Anti-Bullying Program: The Components

Creating an Anti-Bullying Program: The Components

This is the first post in the series on Creating an Anti-Bullying Program. The series focuses on the components, the framework, and the implementation of a new anti-bullying program. Bullying comes in various forms: physical, cultural, verbal, emotional, sexual, and cyberbullying. Stopbullying.gov shares that nationwide, 20% of ...
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