When it comes to communicating with parents, a lot of KidMin leaders want to bang their head on a hard surface.
"It just seems like they don't care."
That's the conclusion that so many KidMin leaders have arrived at. But it's (mostly) not true. Parents really do want to hear about what their kids are learning in church and they want to continue that conversation at home.
So what's the problem?
For one, we as KidMin leaders need to be smarter about the way we communica
Dear KidMin leaders:
On behalf of the waste management industry, I would like to thank you for your continued use of the take home sheets. These unread parent communication tools fill the trash cans of many homes and church lobbies and provide job security for countless trash collectors.
Let me guess...
As much as you love the waste management industry, that's probably not what you have in mind when you hand out the take home sheets at the door.
You're probably hoping