Posts Tagged "Resources"

What Matters Now in Children’s Ministry – The Teaser Post

wmn_badgeThere  is a great new resource that will be available to the Children’s Ministry community beginning this coming Monday, May 17, 2010.  The name of the resource is What Matters Now in Children’s Ministry.

This book brings together a veritable who’s who in the Children’s Ministry community to answer the question posed in the title in of the book.  33 contributors share their view of what really matters in children’s ministry in the for of one word and a short snippet (200 words or less) expanding on their choice.  Contributors include:

  • Matt Guevara
  • Amy Dolan
  • Henry Zonio
  • Liz Perraud
  • Dan Scott
  • Christine Yount Jones
  • Ivy Beckwith
  • Anthony Prince
  • Michael Chanley
  • Gina McClain
  • Sam Luce
  • Kenny Conley
  • Karl Bastian
  • Larry Shallenberger
  • Rob Rienow
  • David Wakerly
  • The Lads
  • The guys from Timbuktoons

Given that list, I probably should just list all the contributors, but I have to hold something back for the official release on Monday!  Now, here’s the best part of all, this resource (did I mention that it will be available for download on Monday?) when it is made available will easily fit within your budget.  How do you know it will fit in my budget you ask?  I know because this book is (he says in his best late night infomercial voice) absolutely, positively, 100% free.  Furthermore, your satisfaction is guaranteed, or you get your $0.00 back.

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The Children’s Ministry Blog Patrol (February 2010)

Childrens Ministry Blog Patrol

Welcome to The Children’s Ministry Blog Patrol. Every month we gather links from around the blogging world related to Children’s Ministry and issues important to those who work in Children’s Ministry and gather then together here in one place. There were a lot of great articles published this month in the world of Children’s Ministry. I hope you will take a few moments to check them out.

Check It Out

To help identify what I view as the best, or most important, posts of the month, I’ve added this little graphic next to title of particularly pertinent posts. I think they’re all must-reads, but if you’re running short on time, you should make sure that you check out these articles at a minimum!

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