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How to Write SMART Goals

November 26, 2013

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Once you know your purpose, mission, and vision, it’s time to create some goals. Goals are the result that you are working towards; the aim. There are some similarities here to vision, but goals are much more specific. The vision is a single sentence dream for your kids. Goals are the multiple, specific and measurable […]

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How’s Your Vision?

November 25, 2013

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Once you have figured out your purpose and your mission, it’s time to move onto your vision. I have already written a series on vision in children’s ministry.       Here are the links to that series: Why Do You Need a Vision for Your Children’s Ministry? How Do You Develop a Vision Statement […]

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Purpose, Mission, Vision, and Goals in Children’s Ministry

November 21, 2013

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I can understand the temptation to jump right in. You are the new children’s ministry leader at your church or maybe you are the Sunday School Superintendent or maybe the pastor has asked to you take on the VBS program at your church. Whatever it is, the temptation is to jump right in and get […]

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How do you develop a vision statement for your children’s ministry? Part 3 – Get the Word Out

February 29, 2012

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You have finished brainstorming and created a single sentence vision statement. The last step in this vision-creating series is to make sure that everyone knows the vision for children’s ministry in your church. You want everyone in children’s ministry to know and champion this vision. Gather your volunteers for a training day. Tell them how […]

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How do you develop a vision statement for your children’s ministry? Part 2 – Create a single-sentence vision statement.

February 23, 2012

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You have completed your brainstorming session and you have the bones of your vision statement. Now it’s time to write the vision statement for children’s ministry in your church. It’s your job to take the things you have highlighted and/or the larger categories you have created and write in a single sentence. This could take […]

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