• Kidology Coaching Update

Posted by: kidhelper on Tuesday, March 18th, 2008


This is Eric Ward, my first on-line Kidology Coaching protege with Karl Bastian, the Executive Director of Kidology, Inc. Karl was invited to conduct children’s meetings at Eric’s church, William’s Lake Church of the Nazarene, in Waterford, MI. Karl tells me that Eric was quick to display his new Kidology Coaching Manual to the “head honcho.” And Karl was happy to send me this photo, so I could share it with you.

News Flash: A Kidology Coaching Update: We now have two more Protege’s! We have six on-line students now. This is becoming so exciting for me, never thought I would ever be doing on-line coaching, but I am really enjoying the process. In some ways it is like meddling in someone’s else life, working on their vision, their goals and helping them to be successful. They have been so responsive and I am really enjoying the process. Welcome to Sharon Hattaway, a Professor of Children’s Ministry at Tennessee Temple University and she overseas the Mission Center there. And welcome to Ron Rudd, the Pastor of Family and Children’s Ministries at Metropolitan Bible Church from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Please join me in praying for their ministries. Thanks!

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3 Responses to “• Kidology Coaching Update”

kidhelper Says:
March 21st, 2008 at 5:37 pm

Keep up the great job Coaching… I knew you were perfect for this! You have so much to offer the next generation of “Kidhelpers”

Diosdado Portugal Says:
June 17th, 2011 at 11:27 am

Hi Barney,

How are you? I’m in NY just over a month now, a permanent move. I got married, after seminary, got ordained, and now serving as associate pastor in a Chinese church for the English ministry.

I took out the knotted heart trick for the gospel illustration, and I think I need help on the knot!

do you have diagrams for that one?


kidhelper Says:
June 17th, 2011 at 1:02 pm

Dio, Yes there are illustrations, it comes with the trick and it is in the coaching program, I think you have some of it in your book. Is the trick a wooden heart and a rope?


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