Children’s Ministry Is Overrated

Children’s Ministry Is Overrated

Overrated

Your Children’s Ministry is overrated when: 

  • Program becomes more important than people.
  • Recruitment is the focus over relationships.
  • Entertainment happens more than engagement.
  • Designing a ministry trumps developing leaders.
  • Breaking barriers is more significant than teaching the Bible.

Is your Children’s Ministry overrated? 

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Greg Baird
Founder of Children's Ministry Leader at Children's Ministry Leader
My passion is seeing the lives of children transformed. I believe the best way to do that is to equip leaders in the local church to serve children, volunteers and parents to invest in the lives of children at church and in the home. That’s what we do here at Children’s Ministry Leader – equip leaders to create healthy Children’s & Family Ministry.
I serve as the Vice President of Global Resources in the Global Mission department at David C. Cook.

I love what I do as it is the outflow of 25 years of ministry experience as Children’s, Family & Administrative Pastor, consultant, trainer, speaker and short-term missions leader.

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