WIN a Tremendous Training & Teaching Giveaway!

Keith Tusing February 13, 2012 6

This week’s Giveaway is TREMENDOUS!  It contains two great Kidmin tools:

“2-Minute Encouragers for Teachers” by Craig Jutila

WIN a Tremendous Training & Teaching Giveaway! Children\s Ministry YouthYour volunteer teachers need encouragement! And now it’s easier than ever to give them a boost that’s engaging, empowering, and equipping. It takes two minutes to energize a volunteer…

These 52 encouraging messages are proven to inspire your teachers and volunteers–and it’s easy! One CD includes the verbal encouragements by Craig Jutila, another includes the hand-outs–which you can personalize to fit your team.

Give every volunteer a copy of the first CD—packed with 52 encouraging stories from Craig Jutila. Make as many copies as you’d like to use in your church! Photocopy the 52 two-page encouragers inside this book. Hand one to every children’s ministry volunteer in your church! Or use the second CD to import Craig’s stories into your newsletters, e-mails, or any other encouraging communication to your volunteers!

Your volunteers will…
* Receive powerful, brief stories that inspire and encourage,
* Reflect on Scripture passages that highlight each story’s spiritual impact,
* Respond by putting the Bible truth into daily action,
* Request—through prayer—God’s help to bring about change,
* Remember the reassurance that’s wrapped in each memorable story.

Johnny Rogers – KIDMO

WIN a Tremendous Training & Teaching Giveaway! Children\s Ministry YouthThe Johnny Rogers program is an interactive multimedia-based curriculum for kids in elementary grades 1-6. It contains everything you need for a complete program package, so you’ll spend less time preparing, and more time building meaningful relationships with your kids. The program is delivered on DVD, and includes lesson plans and print materials on CD-ROM. Johnny Rogers reaches kids with innovative messages and engaging interactivity. Johnny delivers dynamic lessons with fun, fast-paced humor and application-based Bible lessons that have already impacted tens of thousands of kids.

After large group time, your kids break into small group for connection and reflection. Simply print the Leader Q Card from the CD-ROM and get then in every leader’s hands. Each Q Card contains three simple questions that help children apply God’s Word to their everyday lives. After discussing these questions, hand out the Map Books; take-home study guides that reinforce the principles of the teaching video with practical examples of how to live out the lesson.



  1. Frank Tan February 13, 2012 at 5:07 pm - Reply

    Meeting a volunteer for breakfast or lunch to encourage them. It’s personal and provides context to listen and hear their concerns, if any. When meeting with female volunteers, my wife also comes.

  2. Vanessa February 13, 2012 at 6:11 pm - Reply

    I like giving them small gifts and also helping them to understand the eternal difference that their services makes.

  3. julie February 14, 2012 at 1:45 pm - Reply

    Small gifts are great and acknowledging them in front of the church. Any time someone compliments me I throw it back on my volunteers, I couldn’t,t do anything without them!

  4. Molly February 14, 2012 at 8:35 pm - Reply

    I like to give small gifts during holidays (Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Thanksgiving). Something small with a cute saying. At Christmas I gave a homemade snowman cupcake with a note that said “thank you snow much for teaching kids about Jesus”. I also do a yearly cook out where I provide all the food and give the teachers a gift card to a favorite restaurant. This year I also plan to take the teen helpers out for a movie.

  5. Debbie February 14, 2012 at 10:42 pm - Reply

    Showing appreciation!

  6. Mycal Rosales February 18, 2012 at 3:17 am - Reply

    I have my top leaders & their families over for dinner the first Tuesday night of every month. Last month we squeezed 17 people into my little house…FUN! I serve them dinner, present a quick leadership development workshop and then we play games!

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