Have you ever wanted to address a controversial topic with your preteens, but weren't sure where to start? Today on the podcast, Sean talks about a good starting point when you want to tackle a controversial topic...start with the TRUTH.
Today on the podcast, Sean talks with the author of a brand new Children's Ministry powerhouse book called "When You See Fireflies" by Janine McNally, and the heart behind this endeavour and her website, Grace4Kidz.
Today on the Podcast, Sean talks about the benefits of memorize a lesson rather than teach it from a script. In addition, he gives some tips on how to do that.
Today on the Podcast, Sean talks with Sam Beam, the host of a brand-new preteen ministry podcast that you should check out! Sam is young, energetic, and has so much to share about Intentional Preteen Ministry!
Sean takes a look at the way we introduce games to preteens and suggests that we K.I.S.S. long game instructions goodbye.
Talking with One Hope Canada on this episode, Sean discusses how their social platform for ministries can be used in preteen ministries.
Imagine what would happen if you let your preteens plan and run the next outreach event for your ministry. Sean did this in Indiana recently, and you'll hear about the awesome results.
In Episode 407, Melody explained how she got "out of the canoe" to try a new idea at her church. This episode, Melody explains the new idea that they are trying out instead of VBS.
What tradition needs to be scrapped to get your ministry moving in ways that are more intentionally aligned with your mission statement? Are you trying to "canoe the mountains"? Today on the podcast, Melody Pfeffer talks about getting out of the canoe.
Today on the Podcast, we get an update from Clint May of L.I.T. Preteen Ministries, who is celebrating 20 years of ministry!
In today's episode, Sean looks at a strategy of engaging preteens in Response Stations by teaching the whole lesson through the response stations.
We are always striving to find better ways to communicate with parents. Here's one way you can more effectively and easily get parents engaged with your content: QR Codes.