Freebie Friday Giveaway: “The Gospel Truth About Children’s Ministry”

Freebie Friday Giveaway


I’m feeling generous today and want to bless a fellow kidmin leader with a great resource for your library.  Here’s what we’re giving away today:

The Gospel Truth About Children's Ministry


From the publisher:

In this informative new book you can place yourself in a room surrounded by 1,000 decision makers in U.S. children’s ministry for an honest look at kidmin today.

You’ll hear different perspectives to spark new ideas, along with familiar stories that will have you nodding in agreement, happy that you’re not alone.  Learn what’s working, what needs to change and how to carry out Jesus’ mission of cherishing children and making disciples.

How to enter to win:

This is a resource that you’ll definitely want to grab and I want it to be yours – for free!  Enter to win an autographed copy by doing one – OR ALL – of the following:

  • Subscribing to this blog (go the right-hand column and scroll down)
  • Leaving a comment below about trends you’re seeing in kidmin today
  • Tweeting about this giveaway – Enter to win an autographed copy of “The Gospel Truth About Children’s Ministry” [Tweet this]
  • ‘Liking’ us on Facebook.

Giveaway entries accepted until 11:59 pm on August 31, 2015.  Open to those with a U.S. mailing address only.

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10 thoughts to “Freebie Friday Giveaway: “The Gospel Truth About Children’s Ministry””

  1. connecting family and church. I’ve been providing families with devotions that pair with what we are learning on Sunday’s. Not sure how to follow up with families.

    1. Hi Heather! Connecting family and church is definitely a trend as many ministries are becoming more ‘Family Ministry’ focused. It’s great that you provide a tool for families to use at home. Do you have a Facebook page for your ministry? If so, that might be a great way to engage families about how they’re using the devotions. You could post something like, “Did your family complete this week’s devotion? If so, what were some takeaways?” or “Post a pic of your family using this week’s devotion.” You could do this through any social media outlet, such as Twitter or Instagram. You could also consider having a family who uses them teach other families how to use them. Great way to acknowledge families and build connections. Hope these ideas help! Thanks for reading and entering to win.

  2. A trend that I am seeing more and more is definitely more technology and media base lessons being used in kidmin…

    1. I agree, Lisa. Are you using more technology or media-based lessons in your ministry?

    1. Thank you so much for subscribing! Welcome to the KidMinspiration family! 🙂

  3. I see a trend of more and more kids coming to church every other Sunday because they travel between two homes.

    1. That’s very true, Pam. We experience the same thing in our ministry.

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