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Episode 204: Church of the Highlands Kid’s Ministry with Beth Cunningham

Nick Blevins Family Ministry Podcast: Children | Youth | Students | NextGen

In this episode, Beth Cunningham from Church of the Highlands gives some practical steps to thriving in kid's ministry in the midst of change. Beth also shares what shifts they have made to continuing partnering with families and utilizing growth track to support kid's ministry.Beth CunninghamConnect with Beth and get more resources through Facebook, Grow Leader, or Instagram.Ministry BoostCheck out our courses and register now at MinistryBoost.org.NotesHighlands Kids Overview: Elementary (1st-5th), Preschool (Babies-Kinder), Guest Services, Special Needs (accommodation ministry) Small Groups minded Creating environments through the lens of parents (5 values) Easy drop-off Safe and Clean environment (has to “feel” this way, not just “look” this way) Church Ambassadors (bigger picture for volunteers; major connection with families and church enthusiasts) Learning something Picking up a happy child Shifts to weekend experience: Creating experiences with short bytes of video, or shorter segments during live services Continuing online experience even though they have gathered Adjusting to an “individual” mindset with each ministry area, rather than preparing things for groups How Growth Track supports kid's ministry: Bringing great people onto volunteer teams (Dream Teams) Excitement for kid's as they begin to serve Prompts conversations with families about “growth track” for kids and recognizing their unique purpose Action Items Check out Highlands Kids Curriculum and Download Highlands Kids Resouces Think about “Growth Track” for kids and students Think through online and in-person kidmin Get Exclusive Content from this Week's EpisodeUse the form below to subscribe to my email list where you’ll get an email each Tuesday when a new podcast comes out. That email will also include something exclusive related to the podcast that’s not found in the post or in the episode. Subscribe | Share | Rate | CommentTo make sure you never miss a post, hit the subscribe button in iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, or Tune In radio. Keep your friends and co-workers up-to-date as well by sharing it with them via email or social media.


22 Sep 2020