One of the key reasons children’s ministry is held back is that the good things we do aren’t always the best things we should do.
What are you prioritizing in your ministry context? Are you empowering children to love Jesus, encouraging parents to be filled with the Holy Spirit, and engaging all generations to connect children with God? If not, why not? What’s more important than these things?
Now don’t dismiss or sideline these questions. This deserves your undivided consideration. Why? Because your ministry priorities activate and animate your thinking, planning, resource development, activities, training, dreams and expectations.