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The Nick Blevins Family Ministry Podcast is where you can hear from top leaders in children’s ministry, student ministry and family ministry. You’ll learn the principles and practices they use to lead families with the goal of helping you maximize the potential in your ministry. For more content and notes, head to nickblevins.com.

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The Nick Blevins Family Ministry Podcast is where you can hear from top leaders in children’s ministry, student ministry and family ministry. You’ll learn the principles and practices they use to lead families with the goal of helping you maximize the potential in your ministry. For more content and notes, head to nickblevins.com.

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One of the Best Podcasts I have listened to!

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Really enjoyed listening to Episode 145 with Dan Doerksen on Structure in ministry. It was one of the best podcast I have heard in a while. I have forwarded it to our lead pastor. Thanks for putting this together!

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One of the Best Podcasts I have listened to!

By Frank7384 - May 09 2019
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Really enjoyed listening to Episode 145 with Dan Doerksen on Structure in ministry. It was one of the best podcast I have heard in a while. I have forwarded it to our lead pastor. Thanks for putting this together!

Try hard

By cottonlover1211 - Apr 04 2019
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Trying to hard.
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The Nick Blevins Family Ministry Podcast is where you can hear from top leaders in children’s ministry, student ministry and family ministry. You’ll learn the principles and practices they use to lead families with the goal of helping you maximize the potential in your ministry. For more content and notes, head to nickblevins.com.

Rank #1: Episode 003: Volunteers: Stop Recruiting, Start Retaining With Christine Kreisher

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In this episode, I talk with Christine Kreisher, Discipleship Pastor at GT Church in Reading, PA. We talk about the book she co-authored, entitled The Volunteer Project: Stop Recruiting, Start Retaining. Christine would suggest we prioritize volunteer retainment over recruitment, and by doing that we can help do both well.

Christine Kreisher

Connect with Christine on Twitter | Facebook

GT Church

Links Mentioned in This Episode

StopRecruiting.com – Download resources from Christine

7 Practices of Effective Ministry (book)

Making Your Children’s Ministry the Best Hour of Every Kid’s Week (book)

A sample Serve Spotlight Video (played in serve to highlight serving)

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Next Episode: Jim Wideman

In the next episode, we talk with Jim Wideman, a friend, mentor, and Children’s Ministry pioneer who has more wisdom and experience than you can imagine. We talk with Jim about an issue that affects everyone who serves on staff in a local church, so be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss it!

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May 31 2016

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Rank #2: Episode 054: Partnering With Parents With Will Hutcherson

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In this episode, I talk with Will Hutcherson of NextLevel Church in Fort Meyers, FL. Will and I talk about clarifying the win for family engagement and their five-part strategy for partnering with parents. He shares a lot of practical things they have done to simplify and maximize this strategy, and what it looks like all throughout the year.

Will Hutcherson

Connect with Will on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Email: Will@nextlevelchurch.com

NextLevel Church

Links Mentioned in This Episode

Parent Survey from Will

Orange – An organization that values the church and parents coming together to make a lasting impact on the next generation by providing curriculum and resources for both parties

Just a Phase – A project by Orange that helps parents understand how to win at each phase in their kid or student’s life

Parent Ministry – An organization that comes alongside the church and helps them know how to partner with parents

Champion Tribes – A resource that helps busy dads connect with their sons in unique and life-changing ways

Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters (book) – Dr. Meg Meeker talks about why the father-daughter relationship is crucial and shares ten secrets every dad should know

13 Reasons Why – How Do We Respond as Parents? (Article) – A blog post to help parents know what conversations to have with their kids and students about this new Netflix show

Partnering With Parents: 5 Part Strategy

  1. Celebrate major milestones
  2. Reactivate felt needs
  3. Connect parents with each other
  4. Resource parents when they need it and create a bridge between the small group leader and parent
  5. Cue weekly

Partnering With Parents: Developing a Strategy

  1. Survey parents
  2. Ask: If we could do anything, what would we do
  3. Consider current resources–people, money, and organizational energy
  4. Create a plan
  5. Present it to key leaders
  6. Launch and then begin to automate/delegate

Action Items

  1. Clarify the win for parent partnership at your church
  2. Evaluate what you are currently doing to partner with parents
  3. Brainstorm ideas for partnering with parents with some key leaders at your church, and then map out a plan for the next year
  4. Partner with small groups or adult ministries at your church to help connect parents with other parents

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Next Episode: Tomy Cummins

In the next episode, I talk with Tomy Cummins of Woodmen Valley Chapel. Tomy and I talk about what student ministry looks like at his church. He shares an overview of what their programming looks like throughout the year, and then we dive into some specifics about trips and volunteer culture.

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May 23 2017

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Rank #3: Episode 015: Gina McClain on Small Groups and Sticking With Your Church

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In this episode, I talk with Gina McClain, Pastor of Children’s Ministries at Faith Promise Church. Previously, Gina led children’s ministry at Life.Church. We talk about how to implement small groups for kids and what it takes to stick it out long-term in your current church.

Gina McClain

Connect with Gina on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Email: GinaM@faithpromise.org

Faith Promise Church

GinaMcClain.com

Links Mentioned in This Episode

Life.Church – Gina previously led Children’s Ministry at Life.Church

Guts and Glory of Small Groups – Check out Gina’s book for practical advice on implementing the small group model in your ministry

Fellowship One – An online check-in system for churches

Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance – Read Angela Duckworth’s book all about having the willingness to do whatever it takes

5 Steps to Implementing Small Groups In Your Elementary Environment (blog posts) – Check out a series of blog posts I wrote that outline five steps to help you implement small groups in your ministry

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Next Episode: Jeremy Lee

In the next episode, I interview Jeremy Lee, founder of Parent Ministry (ministrytoparents.com). We talk about the incredibly important topic of partnering with parents and equipping them to lead their children well. Jeremy offers some extremely practical insights and ideas to help us partner with parents better.

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Aug 23 2016

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Rank #4: Episode 023: Carey Nieuwhof on Conversations That Will Help Grow Your Church

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In this episode, I interview Carey Nieuwhof. We talk about his new book, Lasting Impact: 7 Powerful Conversations to Help Your Church Grow, and unpack what every pastor wants from their family ministry staff.

Carey Nieuwhof

Connect with Carey on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

CareyNieuwhof.com

Connexus Church

Links Mentioned in This Episode

Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World (book) – Michael Hyatt explains why you need a platform to succeed in delivering a message or product

Leading Change Without Losing It (book) – Carey Nieuwhof unpacks five strategies that help church leaders engineer change

Lasting Impact: 7 Powerful Conversations That Will Help Your Church Grow (book) – Check out Carey’s new book and team edition videos that talk about how to have honest conversations that are essential for church growth

High Impact Leader Kit – In a workbook and series of videos, Carey shares practical, proven strategies that help leaders focus on and accomplish their priorities

How to Best Serve Your Pastor

  1. Don’t assume the senior leader has as much autonomy as you think he does
  2. Be competent
  3. Think cross-organizationally
  4. Lead up
  5. Build trust and earn respect

Action Items

  1. Get Carey’s book, 7 Powerful Conversations That Will Help Your Church Grow
  2. Set aside time go through the team edition videos and have some honest conversations
  3. Know the average attendance of individuals at your church–track kids’ and students’ attendance
  4. Develop a strategy for driving engagement (see Carey’s post here)
  5. Establish a clear path for people who want to serve
  6. Recruit high capacity leaders
  7. Work through the High Impact Leader Kit and grow your own capacity as a leader

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Next Episode: Terrace Crawford

In the next episode, I interview Terrace Crawford, a veteran of youth ministry with tons of wisdom to offer. We talk about the importance of helping students serve and what that can look like in our churches.

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Oct 18 2016

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Rank #5: Episode 101: Creating a Social Media Strategy for Your Ministry With Kevin Jennings

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In this episode, I talk with Kevin Jennings. Kevin is a marketing strategist who works with Orange and helps people communicate their message through social media and email marketing. He walks through a plan for how you can market well from scratch, highlighting mistakes we often make, what to focus on, and tools we can use.

Kevin Jennings

Connect with Kevin on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

Call/Text: 615-455-3399

KBJ2.me

Orange

Links Mentioned in This Episode

Think Orange Podcast | ParentCue Podcast | Married People PodcastCarey Nieuwhof Podcast

Common Mistakes Churches Make in Their Social Media Strategy

  • Using social media to replace email, newsletters, bulletins, and handouts
  • “Screaming and yelling” (Look what we’re doing)
  • Providing boring content that is full of info
  • Promoting your ministry and events, but not the character or culture of the church and the people
  • Recruiting followers but not engaging them
  • Using bad designs and graphics

Tools for Your Digital Content and Social Media Strategy

Scheduling Tools for Your Social Media Strategy

Build or Re-create Your Social Media Strategy

  • Clarify your purpose and what the win is
  • Capture email addresses
  • Choose one primary platform and one secondary platform, and give each a purpose
  • Operate by the 60-20-20 rule (60% content is about others, 20% is get-to-know and behind-the scenes, 20% is to directly pitch or talk about what you are offering them)

The Five P’s of a Social Media Strategy

  1. Define the purpose
  2. Create a plan
  3. Build a process
  4. Choose people to be part of it
  5. Measure how it performs

Action Items

  1. Adpot the five P’s and use them to define your strategy
  2. Start collecting stories and begin telling them through your social media channels

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May 01 2018

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Rank #6: Episode 004: Jim Wideman on Staffing, Hiring, and Deciding If You Should Stay or Go

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In this episode I talk with the great Jim Wideman about an important question everyone asks at one point or another, should I stay (in my current role) or should I go (to a new role)? Jim also talks about the new venture he’s part of to help churches and family ministry leaders connect regarding open positions.

Jim Wideman

Connect with Jim on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

JimWideman.com – Download resources from Jim and purchase any of his books, including:  Stay or Go? and Stretch- Structuring Your Ministry For Growth

Northstar Church

Links Mentioned in This Episode

NextGenStaffSolutions.com

KidMinCoach.com – Use code GET10 for 10% off the one-time membership fee

TweetableLeadership.com – Purchase Tweetable Leadership

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Next Episode: Kenny Campbell

In the next episode, we talk with Kenny Campbell about creating a digital strategy for your ministry. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast so you don’t miss it!

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Jun 07 2016

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Rank #7: Episode 025: Kenny Conley on NextGen and Family Ministry

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In the this episode, I interview Kenny Conley about the role of the NextGen/Family Pastor. Kenny clarifies what a NextGen/Family Pastor does and we talk about how he brought his children and student staff together as one, unified team.

Kenny Conley

Connect with Kenny on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

ChildrensMinistryOnline.com

MISSION Church

Links Mentioned in This Episode

Orange – Orange is an organization that believes maximum impact happens when the church and parents partner together to help the next generation know God

Lead Small (book) – Reggie Joiner and Tom Shefchunas talk about the small group model and the five things every small group leader needs to know as they invest in kids or students

ReThink Your Staffing Strategy – Kenny Conley talks about what it looks like to staff based on leadership and vision instead of specific ministry experience

Action Items

If You Do Not Have a Next Gen Model:

  1. Have a conversation with your church leadership and the different family ministers in your church about what a unified strategy and team would look like
  2. Explore the option of having your ministries work together and how that would impact the vision and strategy of your church
  3. Meet with other family pastors and children or student pastors to learn from them

If You Do Have a Next Gen Model:

  1. Consider changing your staffing to make it more based on strengths and gifts instead of specific age groups
  2. Check out ChildrensMinistryOnline.com
  3. Have conversations about branding your church as a Next Gen church and branding your environments individually

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Next Episode: Heidi Hensley

In the next episode, I interview Heidi Hensley. Heidi is the Children’s Pastor at Bayside Church in California. We talk all about tough topics for leaders, and how to practically approach difficult conversations and situations all across family ministry.

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Nov 01 2016

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Rank #8: Episode 051: Ministry in a Small Church With Jared Massey

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In this episode, I interview Jared Massey. Jared and I talk about what children’s ministry in a small church looks like. Jared shares his definition of a small church, why he is passionate about leaders who serve in a small church context, and unique strengths and challenges they face. Whether you serve in children’s or student ministry, the principles apply across the board.

Jared Massey

Connect with Jared on Facebook and Twitter

SmallTownKidmin.com

Warsaw Assembly of God

One Year Anniversary

The One Year Anniversary of the podcast is Tuesday, May 16th. You won’t want to miss this episode! Like NickBlevins.com on Facebook and check your email for giveaways and more info as it approaches. I’ll also be doing a special Q&A episode, where I answer questions that all of you have sent in throughout the year. If you’d like to submit a question, email me at nick@nickblevins.com, send it on Twitter @nickblevins, or click the “Ask a Question” button on the right side of this page to leave a message. I’d love to hear from you!

Links Mentioned in This Episode

Orange

RuralCompassion.org – An organization that helps small churches in rural areas make an impact in their communities

Leadership and Church Size Dynamics – Dr. Timothy Keller shares how size effects the culture, style, strengths, weaknesses, and roles within a church

The Grasshopper Myth (book) – Karl Vaters argues against the myth that small churches are less than what God desires them to be

Strengths of Small Churches

  1. Opportunity to know and care for all individuals
  2. Environment that feels like home
  3. Fewer facilities and resources to manage
  4. Lack of red tape creates an ability to be mobile and respond quickly to needs

Barriers Small Churches Face

  1. The need to be all things to all people
  2. Spending too much time in areas that are not your strengths
  3. Finite resources

Recruiting in a Small Church

  1. Have conversations with people and ask lots of questions
  2. Don’t make assumptions, and don’t allow what you know to disqualify someone
  3. The best conversations happen outside of church

Action Items

  1. Check out some of the resources mentioned above to see where your church falls in terms of size, strengths, and other dynamics
  2. Evaluate the different ministries and initiatives in your church to determine what you can eliminate

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Next Episode: Jeff Henderson

In the next episode, I talk with Jeff Henderson. Jeff and I talk about something new he’s launching to help dads invest in their sons in a unique way. It’s an awesome way to partner with parents and help families win. You won’t want to miss it.

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May 02 2017

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Rank #9: Episode 157: Developing Staff and Volunteers in a Healthy Culture with Ally Evans

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In this episode, we welcome my friend and fellow NextGen Pastor, Ally Evans back to the podcast. Ally gives us an update on Life.Church and then dives right into what it looks like to develop leaders there, and hire staff internally and externally. She also shares what they do to create a healthy culture, highlights some of their key values, and talks about the importance of setting “norms” for your team. 

Ally Evans

Connect with Ally on Facebook and Instagram

Email: Allyson@life.church

Life.Church

FREE Resource: 15 Best Practices for Planning, Leading, and Promoting Events at Your Church

Links Mentioned in this Episode

Ministry Boost – Developing Ministry Leaders Course

Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

The Reality-Based Rules of the Workplace

The 4 Disciplines of Execution

Project Management for the Unofficial Project Manager

Episode 041: Leadership Development at Life.Church With Allyson Evans (Listen for more on leadership development)

Action Items

  1. Check out the Developing Leaders Course that Ally is leading with Ministry Boostsign up for the email exclusive here
  2. Create 5 learning options
  3. Have a conversation to define your team’s norms

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Jul 30 2019

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Rank #10: Episode 145: Dan Doerksen on Structuring Your Team for Maximum Impact

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In this episode, I talk with Dan Doerksen about team structure and aligning your Next Gen and family ministry teams. Dan talks about the different approaches leaders take to their teams, and what has happened on his team since he started taking a structural approach. We also have a conversation about how most church ministries and teams are built on age groups, and he walks through how he has re-structured based on function and gift sets.

Dan Doerksen

Connect with Dan on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Email: dan@dandoerksen.me

DanDoerksen.me

Links Mentioned in this Episode

Episode 006: Cindy Fiala on the Family Ministry Model and Women in Leadership

4 Frames Leaders View Organizations Through

  1. Human Resource Frame
  2. Symbolic Frame
  3. Political Frame
  4. Structural Frame

TonyMorganLive.com

Strat Op

The Four Disciplines of Execution

7 Practices of Effective Ministry

Orange

Think Orange

Lead Small

5 Essentials of Orange

  1. Integrate strategy
  2. Refine the message
  3. Reactivate the family
  4. Elevate community
  5. Leverage influence

Sustainable Church pt. 1: Ministry Systems (blog post)

Action Items

  1. Evaluate your volunteer and staff structure. Are you based on department or age group? Or function and gift sets?
  2. Check out Dan’s blog
  3. Draw an org chart for what your ministry would need to look like to double in size

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Apr 23 2019

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Rank #11: Episode 014: EJ Swanson on Teaching Students and Leading NextGen

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In this episode, I talk with EJ Swanson. For many years, EJ primarily taught students and adults in various settings, speaking to over 150,000 each year. A couple years ago, he transitioned back into the local church leading youth ministry, and now all of NextGen at Woodside Bible Church in Metro Detroit. We talk about everything he learned about teaching students and what he’s learning now leading NextGen across 12 campuses.

EJ Swanson

Connect with EJ on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

EJSwanson.org

Woodside Bible Church

Links Mentioned in This Episode

Good Reader – Get Apple’s app for reading, annotating, and managing your books, PDF’s, and other files

Orange – Orange provides curriculum and messages for kids and students, grades K-12

Communicating for a Change (book) – Learn more from Andy Stanley about how to write and deliver statements that stick

Preaching Rocket – Check out resources to help you learn how to write and deliver better messages

PaulEkman.com – Learn how to read the people you are teaching and leading by diving into Paul Ekman’s research and books, including Unmasking the Face

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Next Episode: Gina McClain

In the next episode, I talk with Gina McClain, Pastor of Children’s Ministries at Faith Promise Church. Previously, Gina led children’s ministry at Life.Church. We talk about how to implement small groups for kids and what it takes to stick it out long-term in your current church.

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Aug 16 2016

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Rank #12: Episode 053: Q & A With Your Questions From the Year

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In this episode, we celebrate one year of the podcast with a special Q&A episode where we answer questions you all have asked and submitted throughout the year!

One Year Celebration

Congratulations to Jhark423 for winning the $50 Amazon Gift Card. Thanks for the rating and review you left on iTunes, and for listening and learning along with us!

If you’d like a chance to win a copy of Carey Nieuwhof’s course, High Impact Leader, check out The Ultimate Guide to Productivity, and leave a comment with your name and a tool, app, or best practice that helps you stay productive. On Friday, we will randomly choose one person who commented to win Carey’s awesome resource.

The Five Questions

  1. How do you train volunteers when time is limited? What are some practical ideas for when you are training volunteers? And, what does it look like to train volunteers in a digital age? Start Time: 9:35
  2. How do you recruit and develop coaches, or volunteers who lead other volunteers? Start Time: 19:37
  3. What are some ways you can measure and determine whether or not you are winning in ministry? Start Time: 37:25
  4. What are some suggestions or best practices when following up with new families? Start Time: 48:57
  5. How do you navigate leading in a role, or in a church, that is not what you expected? Start Time: 56:30

Links Mentioned in This Episode

Question #1: Training Volunteers

  1. Develop a good onboarding process. Download our Volunteer Onboarding Process,  Application and Background Check EmailVolunteer Application, Volunteer Reference Email, Volunteer Reference Form, Volunteer Interview Questions, Orientation Book, and 6 Week Follow-Up to help you get started.
    1. Cast vision and answer, “Why does this matter? Why should you serve on this team? And, what is the difference you can make?
    2. Clarify and communicate the fundamentals of your environment, ministry policies, and security procedures
    3. Pair them with an expert volunteer and allow them to apprentice for six weeks
    4. Have conversations throughout the process to see if the role they are pursuing, or the ministry environment, is a good fit for them
  2. Create a culture where the leaders who lead a group of volunteers have one-on-ones with them. These meetings allow for personal care and leadership development. (Check out Episode 041 with Allyson Evans for some great thoughts on leadership development)
  3. Hold trainings (Read the 7 Keys to an Effective Volunteer Training System here and The Secret to Getting Great Attendance at Volunteer Trainings here)
    1. For training content, make notes of things that you come across in podcasts or books, present content that is already available, or check out sites like Download Youth Ministry and Orange that have helpful content for your team.
  4. Leverage technology
    1. Do Facebook Live trainings
    2. Prerecord and upload videos to Vimeo, Youtube, Ministry Grid, Trained Up or Good to Go
    3. Host a webinar

Question #2: Recruiting Coaches

  1. Create a leadership structure with consistent terms across ministry environments (Check out Episode 42 with Todd Adkins to learn more about leadership pipelines)
  2. Write a job description for your coach role
  3. Invite individuals into the role who have shown leadership abilities or potential
  4. Invest in a small group of leaders or leadership team, and ask people from that group to become coaches (This post includes 28 ideas for leadership development)
  5. Meet six times with a group of people and walk through this plan, based off of Chazown by Craig Groeschel, to help them discover how they are wired and how God could use them most effectively

Question #2: Developing Coaches

  1. Create a list of coach values (Check out The 6 Things We Value In Our Family Ministry Coaches here)
  2. Have one-on-ones with them
  3. Gather coaches to learn together (Here is our plan for developing and training coaches)
  4. Read books and listen to podcasts as a group

Question #3: How to Measure if You are Winning

  1. Share stories. Build a culture where people are looking for and sharing them. Ask: Am I hearing stories, and what are the stories?
  2. Track attendance year over year
  3. Determine the percent of kids and students in your church. Go to TheArda.com to determine if your church’s percentages match your community demographics. (Check out Episode 28 with Anthony Prince from Ministry Architects for more info on this)
  4. Look at the ratio of weekly volunteers to kids and students
  5. Analyze the span of care and the ratio of leaders to volunteers

Question #4: Following Up With New Families

  1. Give them a gift
  2. Write a personal note to the kid or student and send it out that week
  3. Communicate with the parents. Let them know you are glad they came and introduce them to your environment. (Get all the details on the structure of these emails, and download them here)
  4. Make a personal connection

Question #5: Your Role in the Church

  1. Listen to Episode 4 with Jim Wideman on staffing, hiring, and deciding if you should stay or go. Jim’s book, Stay or Go?, would be great to walk through, and he offers a bunch of other great resources through NextGen Staff Solutions.
  2. Pray about it, and submit to the leadership
  3. Be open
  4. Ask: Will I be used best by God in this church? Do the theology, mission, vision, and strategy match who I am and how God made me to lead?
  5. Ask: Would I attend this church if I didnt work here?
  6. Seek wise counsel
  7. Be proactive when you are looking to work at a church and come prepared with the questions you have for them

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Next Episode: Kenny and Elle Campbell

In the next episode, we kick off another year of the podcast with two of our very first guests, Kenny and Elle Campbell. We have a great conversation about what they’ve been up to over the past year and all the new things they are doing to empower and help youth leaders.

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May 16 2017

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Rank #13: Episode 027: Tom Shefchunas on Volunteer Coaches and Metrics in Ministry

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In this episode, I interview Tom Shefchunas. Tom is the Multi Campus Middle School Director at North Point Ministries in Atlanta, GA. We talk about introducing the role of a volunteer coach and finding the right people to invite into that level of leadership. He also shares how he determines what to measure in ministry and how he leverages statistics to discern how to make his ministry better.

Tom Shefchunas

Connect with Tom on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

North Point Ministries

Links Mentioned in This Episode

Lead Small – Reggie Joiner and Tom Shefchunas talk about the small group model and the five things every small group leader needs to know as they invest in kids or students

Orange Tour – A smaller version of this past year’s Orange Conference. The Orange Team travels to cities all over the country, offering main sessions and breakouts for church leaders and volunteers.

Orange Conference – Every year, Orange hosts a conference where church leaders and volunteers come from all over to celebrate, share ideas, and learn how to do ministry better. Click here to register for OC17.

Action Items

  1. Consider adding the coach role to your ministry
  2. Lay out a structure that would be ideal for your ministry. Then begin inviting the right people into that level of leadership.
  3. Define “active role” for your ministry
  4. Regularly compile a list of kids or students who have stopped attending and encourage leaders to reach out to them
  5. Look at statistics that reflect the struggles those in your ministry are facing and ask yourself how you can create an environment where they feel comfortable talking about those struggles

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Next Episode: Anthony Prince

In the next episode, I interview Anthony Prince. Anthony is the Family Ministries Pastor at Newhope Church in Durham, North Carolina. He also works with an organization called Ministry Architects. We talk about how they work together to help churches determine appropriate staff ratios, volunteer ratios, and budget benchmarks. I’ll also be sharing an announcement about a resource coming soon to help you figure out where your church is in relation to other churches.

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Nov 15 2016

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Rank #14: Episode 033: Corey Ray Jones on Productivity and Effective Planning

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In this episode, I talk with Corey Ray Jones about productivity and effective planning. Corey is the Lead Children’s Pastor at Southern Hills Christian Church in Carrollton, Georgia. We walk through what a typical week looks like for him and he shares specific things he does to maximize his time and effectiveness.

Corey Ray Jones

Connect with Corey on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Email: coreyjonesbatman@gmail.com

CoreyRayJones.com

Southern Hills Christian Church

Links Mentioned in This Episode

Weekly Staff Report – One of the resources in Jim Wideman’s Evaluation Toolbox with principles for effective planning that help you identify key strategies, evaluate the previous week, and prioritize leadership development

High Impact Leader – Check out Carey Nieuwhof’s online course designed to help you get time, energy, and priorities working in your favor

KidMinNation.com – KidMin Nation is a year-round Children’s Ministry Conference that is all about helping you navigate your ministry into the future

Corey’s Week At a Glance

  1. Sunday: Serve at morning services and plan for the rest of the week
  2. Monday: Attend All Staff, lead Children’s Meeting, do lunch, start biggest priority/project for week, work on volunteer appreciation, and prep for Sunday
  3. Tuesday: Start another big project, have lunch with a volunteer, finish project, and look at running to-do list
  4. Wednesday: Hang out with staff team, finish 1 of the 3 big projects, plan events/curriculum, and serve at Wednesday night church
  5. Thursday: Evaluate Wednesday night, prep message for next Wednesday, have lunch with a volunteer or staff, spend time on vision and big picture ministry stuff, clean desk, and print out Weekly Staff Report for coming week
  6. Friday: Spend the morning at a coffee shop and do social media, write blogs, and connect with other ministry leaders. Eat lunch with my wife and have date night in the evening.

Corey’s Personal Development

  1. Spend time with God
  2. Spend time with spouse and/or family
  3. Take care of physical needs
  4. Listen to podcasts in the morning
  5. Read blogs during lunch and books in the evening
  6. Watch 1-2 webinars weekly
  7. Meet with coach or mentor on a monthly basis

Action Items

  1. Check out the Weekly Staff Report and identify how you will plan your week
  2. Commit to pursue effective planning and evaluate each week for 1 month
  3. Get Carey Nieuwhof’s High Impact Leader and start working through the course
  4. Check out KidMinNation.com for more resources

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Next Episode: Andy Needham

In the next episode, I talk with Andy Needham. Andy is part of an organization called Greenhouse that puts on one-day training events for Children’s and Student Ministry volunteers. We walk through what he and his team have learned and how we can take those lessons to better train and equip our own volunteers.

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Dec 27 2016

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Rank #15: Episode 099: Reaching Millenial Parents with Michayla White

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In this episode, I talk with Interim Executive Director of INCM, Michayla White, about some research they have done involving millennial parents. Michayla breaks down some of the stereotypes surrounding this generation of parents and shares the results of a survey that leans into what matters most to them.

Michayla White

Connect with Michayla on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Email: Michayla.White@incm.org

INCM

Links Mentioned in This Episode

Pew Research – A foundation that seeks to help people and organizations make wise decisions with the support of data

Millennial Parents of Faith and What You Need to Know – A presentation to help educate leaders on millennial parents, who they are, and what matters most to them. Michayla shares the key findings of their survey in this presentation.

5 Things You Can Do to Reach Millennial Parents

  1. Value invitation and meet them in the their spaces
  2. Care about their marriages
  3. Prioritize safety and security in your environments
  4. Train volunteers to interact with parents
  5. Resource them and allow them to inspire you

INCM Resources

Children’s Pastors Conference – Register for CPC19 here

Kidmin.com – Resources for children’s ministry leaders

Children’s Ministry Certification

Online Events

Webinars

Action Items

  1. Review your preschool environment for safety and security
  2. Start a focus group of millenial parents

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Next Episode: Jim Murphy

In the next episode, I talk with Jim Murphy. Jim talks through how his church plans events and the project management system they use. He takes time to dive into the weeds and practical planning that goes into these events and shares a video about the project management tool they use.

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Apr 17 2018

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Rank #16: Episode 034: Andy Needham on Training and Equipping Volunteers

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In this episode, I talk with Andy Needham. Andy is part of an organization called Greenhouse that puts on one-day children’s ministry volunteers training and a one-day youth ministry volunteers training.We walk through what he and his team have learned in doing these events and how we can take those lessons to better train and equip our own volunteers.

Andy Needham

Connect with Andy on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Email: andy@berea.org

Berea.org

Greenhouse.Training

Links Mentioned in This Episode

Lead Kids – Children’s ministry volunteers training

Lead Youth – Youth ministry volunteers training

Simply Worship – A day of equipping and encouraging worship and tech leaders

Joni and Friends – A ministry dedicated to sharing the love of Jesus with those affected by disability all around the world

Ministry Books – List of over 100 books for ministry leaders

Action Items

  1. Provide opportunities for your leaders and volunteers to hear from other leaders
  2. Take your team to Lead Kids or Lead Youth, or go individually and bring back ideas for training and networking in your area
  3. Create a plan to invest in your volunteers this year. Maybe begin having one-on-ones or scheduling regular trainings and vision nights.

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Next Episode: Sam Luce

In the next episode, I interview Sam Luce. Sam and I talk about his journey leading children’s ministry and the tension between making it fun and entertaining for kids versus discipling them and growing their faith.

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Jan 03 2017

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Rank #17: Episode 063: Strategy for Partnering with Parents With Sherry Surratt

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In this episode, I talk with Sherry Surratt, the Executive Director of Family Strategy at Orange, about a year long strategy for partnering with parents. Sherry shares what a 12-month plan looks like practically for your ministry, and previews some of the things Orange is working on to help church leaders partner with parents even more effectively.

Sherry Surratt

Connect with Sherry on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Email: ssurratt@rethinkgroup.org

Orange

Southeast Christian Church

Links Mentioned in This Episode

MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) – An organization that seeks to celebrate motherhood, connect moms, and equip, encourage, and mentor them. Hosting a MOPS group is a great way for a church to reach young families.

GoWeekly – A resource that helps church leaders connect with their small group leaders and partner with parents every week

  • Leader–>Parent: Events, kits, and things to talk about at the dinner table, in the car, or during other naturally occurring moments
  • Church–>Parent: The ParentCue connects parents to what their kids learned that week, complete with questions and discussion starters
  • Directly–>Parent: Parent Cue Blog, Parent Cue Podcast, and the Parent Cue App

Orange’s Social Media Plan for Leaders – Orange‘s weekly social media plans that help leader partner with parents. Posts correspond to the weekly teaching and cue the parent during natural moments like morning time, meal time, drive time, and bedtime.

Just a Phase – A project dedicated to helping parents understand and leverage each phase of their child’s life

Phase Guides (books) – Individual books that each focus on a different year and phase of a child’s life. These guides are designed to help parents make the most of each phase.

Levels of Partnership With Parents (article) – The different levels of engagement and partnership the church has with parents

Orange Conference 2018 – Orange’s annual conference for children, student, and family ministry leaders. Registration opens October 12.

Annual Family Wheel

  1. FallStart: Families are thinking new rhythm. Introduce families to small group leaders, consider having an open house event, and/or bring in Just a Phase materials to let parents know you’re there to help them through each age and stage.
  2. WinterRestart: Families are thinking about developing healthy habits. Provide small group opportunities.
  3. SpringFocus: Families are thinking: How can we finish well? Send encouragement through a weekend message and/or a handwritten note.
  4. SummerRecharge: Families are thinking: How can we spend the summer well? Create opportunities and environments that the family can experience together like a movie night, date night kits, a family challenge, or a list of free ideas for a family to do in your community.

Action Items

  1. Download the Annual Family Wheel, print it, and plot what you currently do to partner with parents on that wheel by season
  2. Evaluate what fits and what doesn’t fit
  3. Trim your current plan down and focus on one thing each season, or design your wheel from scratch and start with one thing

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Next Episode: Ricardo Miller

In the next episode, I talk with Children’s Pastor and Evangelist, Ricardo Miller. We have a great conversation about the top mistakes that ministry leaders make. Ricardo shares from the perspective of a children’s pastor, but the list and principles he walks through apply across the board to leaders in all areas of ministry.

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Jul 25 2017

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Rank #18: Episode 135: How to Recruit & Retain Volunteers with Steven Knight

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In this episode, I talk with Steven Knight about how to recruit volunteers. Steven talks about some boosts they do throughout the year and then gets really practical with the steps we need to be taking each week to build relationships and connect with potential volunteers. We then dive into what it looks like to create a great culture to serve in and how to retain those volunteers.

Steven Knight

Connect with Steven on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Email: steven@kidmintools.com

Kidmin Tools

Fellowship Bible Church

Links Mentioned in this Episode

How to Find Volunteers for Ministry – FREE ebook on volunteer recruitment

How to Cast Vision in Kids Ministry

Recruiting Email Template for Kids Ministry

5 Practical Ways to Recruit Volunteers for the Volunteer Equation

Boost Volunteer Recruitment by Addressing 3 Fears Upfront

Preparing to Recruit Volunteers

  1. Make a list of absolute needs
  2. Make a list of roles you need if you want to grow your team
  3. Create job descriptions and training processes to equip volunteers well
  4. Create a community culture on your team

Ways to Recruit Volunteers

  1. Make personal asks
  2. Find ways to continue to build relationships with people outside of your circles
  3. Create first-serve opportunities
  4. Lean into different times of the year to recruit – The start of school, beginning of the year, and summer kick off
  5. Highlight current volunteers and encourage them to share their stories
  6. Encourage your team to invite people to serve alongside them

GroupMe – FREE texting app you can use for volunteers

Action Items

  1. Make a list of how many volunteers you need; how many you need to survive; and how many you need to grow. 
  2. Download the ebook and determine 2-3 steps you can take this month to recruit volunteers.
  3. Block off time every week this month to recruit and spend time with potential volunteers.

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Feb 12 2019

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Rank #19: Episode 067: Kenny Conley – 5 Keys to a Good Start

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In this episode, I welcome back NextGen Pastor, Kenny Conley, to the podcast (Check out Episode 25 when Kenny talks about the NextGen and Family Ministry Model). This time, Kenny shares the five things to focus on during your first year in a NextGen role. Kenny just finished his first year at a new church in this NextGen role, and coming out of that, he has some great wisdom to share. Whether you lead in NextGen, or specifically in Children’s or Youth Ministry, the principles and practical advice he shares are really helpful.

Kenny Conley

Connect with Kenny on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

IAmNextGen.com

ChildrensMinistryOnline.com

MISSION Church

Mastermind Groups

Mastermind groups for ministry leaders are launching this October! A mastermind group is a group of leaders, who serve in a similar context, and come together to: help each other grow, challenge each other, share resources, and offer accountability. Click here for more info and to apply!

Links Mentioned in This Episode

Orange – Through Orange, get connected with a great community of NextGen/Family Pastors

You Lead Coaching – An initiative dedicated to coaching leaders via themed teaching, discussion groups, and projects within their own churches and organizations

I am NextGen FB Group – Connect with other NextGen leaders and share resources

Jim Wideman’s Infuse Program – A 6-month mentoring experience available to Children’s Pastors

The First Year (blogpost) – Kenny unpacks what the first year in a NextGen role should look like

Ministry Makeover Resource – Sign up to get Kenny’s resource (coming soon), about how to turn your ministry around

5 Things to Do in Your First Year

  1. Take time to learn the culture of your church. Listen and ask lots of questions.
  2. Get to know your staff, their perspectives on the ministry, and build trust with them
  3. Learn the role and find your rhythm
  4. Dive into a role when necessary
  5. Know where you’re going, and chart your future

Action Items

  1. Take the five things Kenny talked about and evaluate where you are in those areas
  2. Create a simple 3-step action plan to help you get better this month
  3. Ask: Are you still operating like you are new to the role? If you have been in the role for a while, consider expanding what you do in your role and leading more through other people.

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Next Episode: Rich Birch

In the next episode, I talk with Rich Birch from the unSeminary Podcast. We unpack the differences that exist between Family Ministry in churches that are less than 1,000, and over 1,000. Rich also walks through the unique challenges facing those trying to break through the 1,000 barrier. The principles he shares are really helpful whether you are in that stage or not, as you may be facing similar things when you are striving to grow during a different phase.

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Aug 22 2017

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Rank #20: Episode 064: Top 10 Mistakes Children’s Ministry Leaders Make With Ricardo Miller

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In this episode, I talk with Children’s Pastor and Evangelist, Ricardo Miller. We have a great conversation about the top mistakes ministry leaders make. Ricardo shares from the perspective of a children’s pastor, but the list and principles he walks through apply across the board to leaders in all areas of ministry.

Ricardo Miller

Connect with Ricardo on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

RicardoMiller.com

Pathway of Life Church

Links Mentioned in This Episode

Top 10 Mistakes Ministry Leaders Make

  1. Not having a mentor
  2. Not attending conferences and seminars or being a part of a learning environment
  3. Not learning how to delegate
  4. Not learning how to build a team
  5. Not celebrating the victories of others
  6. Not taking a vacation
  7. Not giving back as much as you take
  8. Not learning how to empower parents to take the lead in their kids’ development
  9. Not saying “Thank you” enough
  10. Not being ourselves

Ideas for Training Volunteers

  1. Texts
  2. Conference calls (FreeConferenceCall.com)
  3. Weekly meetings
  4. Retreats
  5. Twice a year trainings
  6. Annual Conference

Action Items

  1. Look at the list of mistakes ministry leaders make, and pick the one that you’re making right now, or struggle with the most
  2. Choose one thing you can do this week to change that

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Next Episode: Tony Morgan

In the next episode, I interview Tony Morgan, founder of The Unstuck Group. This organization works with churches through coaching and consulting to help them get unstuck. Tony recently released a new book called The Unstuck Church that looks at the life cycle churches go through. We talk about this life cycle in terms of family ministry, how to figure out where your ministry is, and what you need to do to either maximize your current season or get out of it.

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Aug 01 2017

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