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Recruiting Tool: The Perfect Gift

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Author/Source: Karl Bastian

Topic: Recruiting

Download this invitation for parents to volunteer in their kids' ministry!

Around this time of year, you probably will start to experience the struggle that comes along with finding the perfect gifts for the ones you love the most. Parents have the same struggle every year, and want to give their kids something meaningful. So what's the perfect gift parents can give their child?

Invite them to serve in the kids ministry! Remind them that investing in their kids church experience is more important than any tangible present you can wrap with paper and ribbon. They can be a part of their child's church experience, and share a gift that will keep on giving!

This creative card folds up to look like a gift wrapped with a bow. When opened up, it reveals how serving in kids ministry can positively impact their kids for a long time to come!



DOWNLOAD TODAY to invite your ministry parents to join you in giving the perfect gift to their kids this season!

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