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The Classic Handbook That Can Still Train Your Volunteers TODAY!

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Author/Source: Karl Bastian

Topic: Relational Ministry

Being a “Kidologist” was a mindset of approaching children’s ministry as an “always learner”, being a student of kids, their world, and the best way to minister within the culture of kids. 

There is NO OTHER teacher training book like this! 

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I wrote the first Kidology Handbook before the Kidology website even existed! It was first written as a manual for the children’s ministry volunteers at my church. Kidology – the study of kids – was how I challenged my volunteers to approach ministry to kids. Being a “Kidologist” was a mindset of approaching children’s ministry as an “always learner”, being a student of kids, their world, and the best way to minister within the culture of kids. The success of this little photo-copied and spiral bound book led to the creation of the website you know and love today!


 
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