Archive for Archive for January, 2012

• Let’s Talk Training

Let’s Talk Training What is Successful Training? Training is more involved that just gathering a crowd who listen to you talk. Successful training is “teaching” that can only be measured by those who can DO what you are training them to do. If those you “train” cannot DO something, then you might just be “orienting” […]

Posted by: kidhelper on Monday, January 30th, 2012

• Build a Good Reference Library

  Building A Good Reference Library Early on, at the beginning of my ministerial career I was challenged to collect volumes for my library that would contribute to building my own ministerial library. So I began seriously buying books as I could afford them. As I began my Bible School training I would always buy […]

Posted by: kidhelper on Monday, January 23rd, 2012

• Pelican Cove Inn

Pelican Cove Inn, a Cool Bed and Breakfast in Carlsbad, CA My good friends, Terry and Debby, engineered a three-day getaway from Tucson, AZ to this quaint ten room Bed and Breakfast Inn located in Carlsbad, CA, which is just 30 minutes north of San Diego. So I was invited to drive down to see […]

Posted by: kidhelper on Thursday, January 19th, 2012

• Starlight Popsicles

Starlight Popsicles! Great Ideas for Papa to make for the Grand Kids I ran across this nifty set of six Star-handled Popsicles. The brand name is Starlight, by Claris. I get them at a Dollar Tree. They are not very big. I figured they could be a taste threat to offer my grand kids when […]

Posted by: kidhelper on Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

• Sublist: Deep & Wide

Sublist: Deep & Wide Having a two dimensional Substitute List is the long-term solution to all your Recruiting needs. The chronic weekend cancellations of your volunteers can be adequately dealt with, if you have a Sublist that is both deep and wide. A Deep Sublist is one that is constantly growing longer. It is a […]

Posted by: kidhelper on Monday, January 16th, 2012

• Leadership: Recalculating

Leadership: Recalibrating (Take a Good Hard Look and Adjust) Every leader must learn to evaluate themselves and their ministry. This process can be both introspective and challenging. If you are part of a ministry that values an annual Performance Review, then you are familiar with being evaluating by another. However, there is nothing more invigorating […]

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Posted by: kidhelper on Monday, January 2nd, 2012