Reading this book felt alot like sitting down with a good friend over coffee to chat about children's ministry. Ryan Frank shares things he has actually learned doing ministry that he wasn't taught in college...9 things to be exact. He shares valuable insights from what makes a successful children's ministry to encouraging your team to family ministry.
My favorite chapter was Chapter 2 - People Over Paper. In this chapter, Ryan talks about the importance of relationships in ministry.
Here are just a few of the nuggets he shared in this chapter:
Stop and do an attitude check. Do you have the attitude of a servant or is it all about you?
Sometimes the greatest thing we can do for people is to love them.
Communities are created when Christians lock arms and serve God together.
If you want more volunteers, make heroes of the ones you've got.
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This is a fantastic book for anyone in children's ministry.
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