The Life Blood of Children’s Ministry: The Red Book

The Life Blood of Children’s Ministry: The Red Book

Why do you do what you do in Children’s Ministry? Take a moment to think about that.

Really, what is the bottom line reason for spending your life serving children and those who love them? You get little recognition. I doubt that you’re getting rich in this job. It’s one of the hardest jobs in all of ministry. You probably don’t have anywhere near the budget you need – and what you have is probably disproportionate to what other departments have in spite of size.

So why do you do it?

Most likely, you do it for one, primary reason: because it not only matters in the life of the child now, but it also matters in eternity.

And eternity is the Life Blood of Children’s Ministry.

The Life Blood of Children’s Ministry: The Red Book

The Red Book is a brand new resource by our friend, Mark Harper (see below for more about Mark). The focus of The Red Book is on things that really matter in Children’s Ministry.

Yes, program matters. And understanding “how-to’s”. And lots of other things that we often focus on in our leadership. They are important.

But what’s most important is what’s eternal.

In The Red Book, Mark focuses on these eternal issues of our ministry.

Here’s what other leaders have to say about the book:

The Red Book is a breath of fresh air, a commanding call to action, and an invitation for the church to take children’s ministry seriously so we can make a difference like never before! This book is a must-read for anyone who ministers to children and families in the church.” Ryan Frank, Author of The Volunteer Code and CEO/Publisher at Kidzmatter

Mark Harper is a walking google of children’s ministry. Not only does he know a bunch of info about children’s ministry, he knows what matters most. That’s what this book is about. This Red Book needed to be written years ago but it took Mark years to learn it. Now you can learn it without taking years or learning it the hard way. It is packed full of practical, hands-on experience from one of the best I know.” Jim Wideman, Children’s and Family Ministry Pioneer, Author  and Coach

In The Red Book, you will find a treasure trove of vital information to help keep eternity in mind as you lead your ministry. Every Children’s Ministry Leader needs to read this book!

 

Click here to get your copy of The Red Book right now!


More about our friend, Mark:

Mark Harper is a Pastor, Filmmaker and Coach with over 30 years of experience in the local church. He is the creator of the Super Church 2.0 Curriculum, which is used in over 5,000 churches worldwide. The focus of Mark’s ministry is helping leaders build strong churches and helping parents build strong families.
Not only has Mark served in the local church as pastor, associate pastor, and family ministry pastor but he is also a certified coach with the John Maxwell Team.

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Greg Baird
Founder of Children's Ministry Leader & Vice President of Global Resources at David C Cook
The most important thing to know about me is that I am blessed beyond measure to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, to have married way over my head to my wife, Michele, and that I have two incredible grown sons named Taylor and Garret.

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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