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Shine: Your New Favorite Ministry Tool

Summer is officially here. Now that school is out, it is a constant battle to keep the kids entertained. To all the hardworking, selfless, tired youth ministry servants…

Finding Satisfaction in God in Your Ministry

I’ve been pondering the phrase holy dissatisfaction lately within my ministry context. Many of our ministry volunteers express a longing for more impact in our kids’ and students’ lives but wonder how to step into the gap. I have been reading and praying through their longing as I lift them up, and the term holy dissatisfaction continually crosses my mind.

The Body of Christ

Call Day is roughly three months away. Placement interviews on campus are done, interviews between churches and seminarians are underway, and graduating students and their spouses at Concordia Seminary are filled with anxious excitement.

Free Father's Day Activities for Children's Ministry

Father's Day is fast approaching! Use these ideas to celebrate the dads, granddads, and other male role models in your church.

Recognizing Children's Ministry Volunteers

Before you can effectively recognize your children's ministry volunteers, it's a good idea to ask, Why do people choose to volunteer for children's ministry? What motivates them to serve in the first place? Small gifts are nice, and the occasional "thank-you" is appreciated, but children's ministry volunteers really want to know they are serving God and making a real difference in the lives of children.

Personal Ways to Invite Easter Visitors Back for VBS

When following up with visitors who came to your church for Easter, creating personal and meaningful communications is key. Here are some personal ways to reach out to families who visited your church during the Easter season and encourage them to come back for VBS.