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Guerrilla Childrens Ministry: Preparing Kids for Combat Darlene Spangler

Guerrilla Childrens Ministry: Preparing Kids for Combat

Darlene Spangler

Published June 27th 2012
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Kindle Edition
245 pages
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Every post modern church advertises, “Child Care Provided.” Yet most of us are like the dog that after chasing cars for years finally catches one. They don’t know what to do with it. When a new family visits your church and asks, “What kind ofMoreEvery post modern church advertises, “Child Care Provided.” Yet most of us are like the dog that after chasing cars for years finally catches one. They don’t know what to do with it. When a new family visits your church and asks, “What kind of program do you have for my kids, what will you say?Guerrilla Children’s Ministries is a comprehensive, proven system for managing your church’s kid’s line up. It covers budget, staff, volunteer management and a wide-ranging catalog of special situation solutions:- What would you do if there was an accusation of child abuse in your nursery?- What kind of records do you need to keep?- What is the role of children’s department follow-up in visitor retention?- What would a projected annual calendar for children’s ministries look like?If you are running twelve kids or eight hundred Guerrilla Children’s Ministries will get you to the next level. These principles were utilized to raise up a 10,000 member church with one of the most significant children’s ministries in the country. When these principles were put into place the church was small. So when 10,000 people showed up – the church was ready.As has been said, “In time of peace, prepare for war.” If your church kids are going to one day be pulling down the Enemy’s strongholds, they will need to be well equipped. And that preparation cannot start too early.Darlene and Don Spangler live in San Jose, California. They have two grown children and four grandchildren. In addition to serving as an adjunct professor at San Jose Christian College, specializing in children’s ministry, Darlene has had a successful consulting ministry and is often sought as a conference speaker in the area of children’s ministry.