Today we continue with part three of a 4-week series on healthy habits for kids ministry leaders, featuring LifeWay Kids director of operations, Chuck Peters. Throughout the series we will identify and unpack 8 tips to help set you up for success in your role.
Today we continue with part two of a 4-week series on healthy habits for kids ministry leaders, featuring LifeWay Kids director of operations, Chuck Peters. Throughout the series we will identify and unpack 8 tips to help set you up for success in your role.
Today we kick off part one of a 4-week series on healthy habits for kids ministry leaders, featuring LifeWay Kids director of operations, Chuck Peters. Throughout the series we will identify and unpack 8 tips to help set you up for success in your role.
Logan Meek joins the podcast to discuss 6 practical expectation we can ask of our volunteers:
1. Active Engagement
2. Enthusiastic Participation
3. Relational Connection
4. Catalytic Conversation
5. Supportive Supervision
6. Prayerful Preparation
Logan Meek serves on the CentriKid Camps team. Logan began serving with Student Life and LifeWay after spending two years as a Sixth Grade teacher with Teach For America. He believes in the importance of strong kids ministry to help kids build strong spiritual foundations.
Sam Luce joins the podcast to discuss that we all agree Family Ministry is a good idea. The question therefore is not how and where family ministry happened. The question we need to now wrestle with is what do we do to make family ministry happen and why do we do it?
Sam Luce has been a pastor at Redeemer Church in Utica NY for the past 21 Years. In those years he have served in multiple roles currently he serves as the Pastor to Families for all five of our locations. Sam served as chairman of INCM, co-authored “The Eric Trap,” has been involved in several book projects, and been blogging at samluce.com since 2007.
Dorena Williamson joins the podcast to discuss that today’s church is awakening to the needs of our growing multicultural world. Leaders long to be more equipped to minister to diverse families. Explore biblical ways to be inclusive while fulfilling the great command to love our neighbor.
Links to BOOKS by Dorena Williamson
Dorena Williamson is the author of ColorFull, ThoughtFull and GraceFull, published by B&H Kids. She speaks in Public schools, Christian schools, churches and conferences, fostering relevant conversations that celebrate the beauty in God’s Diverse Kingdom. A veteran of cross-cultural ministry, Dorena serves as First Lady of Strong Tower Bible Church in Nashville, a richly diverse faith community.
Jody Dean joins the podcast to discuss Online Obnoxiousness, Gender, Suicide, Bullying, Apps/Gaming, Mandatory reporting, abuse, security, and changing culture are some hot topics that pour through our news feeds and news cycles. We can learn online through YouTube how to cause pain to ourselves. We will take the next few minutes and walk through some hot topics with tips on how you can navigate these concerns.
Dr. Jody Dean, serves as an Associate Professor for Christian Education at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Dean has years of ministry experience including ministry leadership, youth, discipleship, and administration. His whole adult life he has been engaged in ministry through leading and equipping others in the work and ministry of the local church.
Dale Hudson joins the podcast to discuss tips in leading family ministry well.
Dale Hudson has been in children and family ministry for over 30 years. He has helped build some of the fastest growing and largest ministries in the country. His passion is to help churches build strong next gen ministries, teams and leaders.
Tony Bianco joins the podcast to discuss how 73% of teens have a smartphone and the average age a boy sees pornography is 4th grade. Technology is a tension to be managed in the home. Hear how you can equip your families to manage and balance screens in the home!
Tony Bianco has been doing Student Ministry for 10+ years. He is a former Radio DJ, Product Reviewer, & Apple Store Expert.
Kevin Jones joins the podcast to discuss how each church needs family ministry and each church is called to strengthen families. Today we will take a theological and philosophical analysis of the history, methodology, and relative strengths and weaknesses of primary models of student and family ministry.
Kevin Jones serves as the Chair of the School of Education and Human Development at Kentucky State University. He previously served as the Associate Dean of Academic Innovation & Professor of Teacher Education at Boyce College. He has varied experience in public school systems, collegiate level teaching, and administration. He is a research fellow for the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and teaches as an adjunct for The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.