Volunteer small group leaders and Sunday School teachers provide a way to connect with many more parents than we, as ministry leaders, can on our own.
Relationships Matter I can remember back to my early days of ministry when I was trying to figure out what in the world I was doing. I found myself leading a youth group when I had never actually attended a
October is not just for all things pumpkin spice, but it’s for all things relationships, at least it is at Ministry to Parents. We know how important relationships are in all areas of life, especially family life. How can we,
Helping Children Navigate the Pressure to Perform Years ago, I worked with first graders as a reading intervention teacher. I distinctly remember one student during end-of-the-year assessments. As I conducted the test, I could see the improvement in his skills
Navigating the Pressure Over the past few years, I have been working on a few projects that have really opened my eyes to several things about teenagers and how they experience the world. As a long-time youth pastor, volunteer high
Navigating the Pressure to Perform in Children’s Ministry If we could sit down together to talk about the pressure to perform, I would guess most, if not all, of us could contribute a personal experience, past or present. Heads would