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Becoming an Excellent Children's Ministry Teacher - Part 7: Be Relevant

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Author/Source: Glen Alan Woods

Topic: Becoming an Excellent Children's Ministry Teacher

Part 7 of a 10 part series on teaching like Jesus did!

We have about two minutes to make a first impression concerning our relevance to the life of a child in the eyes of that child and his parents. Décor, child-friendly sounds and music, cleanliness and orderliness, and friendly, competent, prepared staff all play a part in presenting an image of relevance which is then backed up by substantive proof. The first two minutes set the stage. The remaining time provides opportunity to form a lasting impression.

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