Terrified of teaching? Let Beckwith's helpful book come to your rescue! Featuring insights on classic questions of choosing curriculums, building trust, and maintaining order, it also provides up-to-date practical tips on how to connect with tech-savvy kids and those with special needs. Includes discussions of modern-day safety issues and the role of the volunteer. 144 pages, softcover from Gospel Light.
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Review 1 for The Ultimate Survival Guide For Children's Ministry Workers
Date:September 20, 2010
Nassau Bay Baptist Church
Easy to access information for the first time teacher to the long timer. The formate allows for quick reading and referancing.
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Review 2 for The Ultimate Survival Guide For Children's Ministry Workers
Date:October 31, 2007
This small book will be wonderful to share with your children's teachers in all areas. It is a condensed version of what you would like to share with them to encourage, challenge, and motivate teachers to be all that they can to the children & their families. I think that it gives teachers a picture of what a good children's ministry should look like so that should hold us children's ministers accountable to providing what they need to do a fabulous job!