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Becoming an Excellent Children's Ministry Teacher - Part 10: Be Faithful

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Author/Source: Glen Alan Woods

Topic: Becoming an Excellent Children's Ministry Teacher

Part 10 of a 10 part series on teaching like Jesus did!

Teaching children is a labor of love. This is especially true when the teacher has a long-term weekly responsibility throughout the year to prepare lessons and then lead children through the learning process. This labor of love goes beyond merely communicating lesson content, although that is a primary component. It isn’t simply a matter of being creative either, although creativity is always a necessary characteristic. Children’s ministry teachers who excel in their roles do so because of a combination of the factors detailed in the previous installments of this series on “Becoming an Excellent Children‘s Ministry Teacher,“ all of which are under girded by an ethic of faithfulness.

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