We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again, “At KidCheck we believe every child deserves a chance to grow up in a safe environment, and every parent deserves peace of mind about the safety of their children.” That’s why we’re excited to be participating […]
For many parents, visiting a new church can be somewhat nerve-racking and overwhelming, especially if they have small children. Their experience of your church can hinge on how their children were cared for. These powerful first impressions speak volumes about your ministry—whether you want them […]
On the KidCheck blog, we like sharing relevant, and credible information it’s one of our favorite things to do. Our goal is to provide resources that can assist any organization caring for children in reducing risk and increasing the care and safety of children.
This week’s […]
KidCheck has a passion for child safety and the role technology can play in helping churches, fitness facilities, and activity centers. Our focus is on providing full-featured, easy-to-use children’s check-in solution that streamlines the process, and creates a positive parent and visitor experience.
Recently KidCheck CEO […]
This week’s guest post is from Karl Bastian. Karl is known as the “Kidologist” and is the founder of kidology.org. Kidology provides creative online resources for Christian children’s ministry. Karl is also a children’s ministry consultant, trainer, coach, and magician.
In Karl’s post, he covers the […]
At KidCheck we’re constantly looking for ways to improve our secure children’s check-in and offer more convenience, increased usability, and better access to your check-in data. Listed below are a few improvements we recently rolled out.
Automatic Classroom Load Balancing:
How you want kids to be assigned […]
This is a guest post from Kenny Conley. Kenny is an author, speaker and NextGen Pastor at Mission Church in Gilbert Arizona. He is also the founder of childrensministryonline.com a place designed to encourage, equip and inspire those who minister to kids.
In the post, Kenny […]
Parents struggle with the realization that they will not always be there to protect their children; whether their returning back to school, or participating in an extracurricular program. The stats around child safety can keep even the strongest parent up at night. This post highlights safety […]
It’s important that all organizations caring for children have safety and security policies and procedures to ensure every child is protected and taken care of. Childcare centers, churches, activity centers, and fitness facilities are all places where parents drop off their kids, trusting they will […]