We All Need’m: Rules For the Good Kids

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“Have you met my kids? My 8 year-old is training for a marathon, my 5th grader just open their second lemonade franchise, and the baby has been driving the family four-wheelers since she… Continue reading

Speed Limits and Your Church’s Kids’ Policy

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And while standards do annoy some people, we know they are necessary. Just as speed limits are designed to save lives, kids’ policies are designed to protect kids and the life of the church. If we disregard our standards by allowing un-vetted and unsupervised adults to work with our kids, we are asking for trouble.

Being A Family Doesn’t Make Your Kids Safe

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“We are all family here,” was a common refrain I heard when my church implemented its new check-in system. Since I was the new guy in town, the next comment usually went something… Continue reading