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Best Preteen Pastor podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Preteen Pastor podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Looking for great (game, object lessons, worship, volunteer celebration, etc. etc.) ideas to take your preteen ministry to the next level? This podcast is created and curated by FourFiveSix.org, a community of leading voices in preteen ministry. Our goal is simple: a short (4,5, or 6 minute) podcast a few times a week (4, 5, or 6 times) that gives you a quick, easy, free idea that you can use in your preteen ministry THIS WEEK. Have a question about preteen ministry or a unique preteen minis ...
 
The Orange Kids Podcast creates an encouraging community for kid's ministry leaders and volunteers. Each episode features experienced children's ministry leaders who offer nuts-and-bolts suggestions to help you do what you do better -- no matter the size of your ministry. For free resources and show notes, visit www.orangekidmin.org.
 
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Easter is a huge celebration for the Church, but as we all know, Easter looks a lot different this year. In light of COVID-19, we’re all experiencing quite a bit of tension planning Easter and figuring out how to make the best of this situation we’re facing. In this episode, the Orange Kids and Orange Students teams talk about an exciting new resou…
 
Today on the podcast, Sean speaks with Heather Soukup about the Family Photo Christmas Card Prayer Wall. Heather discusses the bulletin board she has above her desk in her office. It is a 4’x6’ board and on it she has saved and trimmed down the family photo Christmas cards, leaving the picture and the names. The pictures are either families in the …
 
Today on the podcast, Sean talks about being thankful. As Christians we are thankful every day for what God has given us even though we are not deserving. There is a call for us in ministry to be thankful for our volunteers, our Senior Pastors, even the kids and parents in our ministry. Today as you sit down with family and enjoy Thanksgiving remem…
 
Today on the podcast, Sean talks about the idea of not doing anything on Sunday. What! Not do anything on Sunday. It means that you have everything prepared before Sunday comes and you don’t have anything that is vital to the service that needs to be handled that morning. Sean explains how over the last few weeks he and his team have made a change …
 
Today on the podcast, Sean speaks with Dayna about the use of snacks during preservice. In Elevate, during the preservice time the kids are offered a snack as they enter after checking in. In Elevate one of the positives of having the café set up is that it offers a social area for the preteens to hang out. In the Elevate café area there are little…
 
Today on the podcast, Sean talks about a concept while working with preteens of knowing what you expect versus what you hope for. When you are talking about things in ministry like inviting friends, baptism or worship. Your tone when asking things of the preteens can really determine if you are demanding something of them or inviting them to join y…
 
Today on the podcast, Sean speaks with Heather Soukup about a Disciple Making Map for birth to 18 years. When Heather’s group was first putting this together they met to identify spiritual moments that they want their families to pay attention to as the students grow up. Using a map like this can help a ministry to organize how they will minister t…
 
Today on the podcast, Sean speaks with Chip Henderson on the best way of ministering to preteens is by stepping into their world. To really connect with preteens you need to be culturally relevant to them. When you use things that they are aware of in their world, like current video games, in your message or when you are speaking to them they can r…
 
Today on the podcast, Sean talks about bringing in preteens to sing or play music on occasion for worship. In the past, Elevate would work with a group of preteens who wanted to be involved in the band. We would spend a few months working with them and they would be able to play one or two songs at the end of it. This was a very ineffective way to …
 
Today on the podcast, Sean talks with Jaime Santos about the use of a volunteer interview card. If you have a big volunteer team, sometimes you won’t even know the strengths of those volunteers. Additionally, they may have a spot in the ministry where they are feeling called too and we don’t even know. By really getting to know the strengths of the…
 
Today on the podcast, Sean talks about the use of electives in between services. In Elevate we have two services, and we have about 20-30 kids that will stay for both services. This gives us about 45 minutes in between the services where chaos can occur unless we are specific about our planning. What we decided to do was to have electives that are …
 
Today on the podcast, Sean talks with Christine Bailey about peacock feathers and rubies. Through the use of peacock feathers Christine was able to visually explain to the preteens in her ministry that each person is unique and different. In addition, she showed the preteens her ring which had a ruby in the center. She tells the story of how she to…
 
Today on the podcast, Sean speaks with Patrick Snow about using games to supplement your teaching. Preteens can be tough to teach too because their attention can only last so long. By bringing in something they can have in their hands, allowing them to connect to that truth can extend that time frame. Games are perfect for that. Superstart has cent…
 
Today on the podcast, Sean talks about a leader meeting that is focused on expectations. Last year Elevate implemented a meeting schedule with their volunteers once a month. This meeting takes place on a Sunday after church and involves lunch brought by different leaders each time. The first meeting of this year involved taking the leaders step by …
 
Today on the podcast, Sean talks with Pastor Chris about the concept of a songwriter knows the song best. What does that even mean you’re wondering. As a leader you know the plan better than anyone because you were the one that made the plan. The idea that a volunteer is asked to do something and they miss their cue. It can be frustrating to those …
 
Today on the podcast, Sean talks with Deanna Ickes about the memorization game she created at her church. After making the change of bringing back the 6th graders to childrens ministry and lowering the Awana program to K-3rd, they needed something for the 4th-6th grade students. Deanna took the concept of the memorization wheel that Sean created an…
 
Today on the podcast, Sean discusses a lesson recently done in Elevate involving pressing the red button. This lesson was all about letting the preteens take ownership of their faith. It encouraged them to be the ones praying instead of us just teaching them about prayer, or what happens when we pray. Sean gives a detailed overview of the night. Th…
 
Today on the podcast, Sean talks about small groups and the idea of waiting until week three to start them. With the start of a new school year for Elevate it means that we separate the preteens into new small groups. This year, thanks to an idea from Jaime Santos, we decided to hold off in making those small groups until week 3. We sent off the ki…
 
Today on the podcast, Sean talks with Pastor Chris about a recent lesson about acting on what you believe. Sean and Chris recently tag team taught in Elevate. The night was all about not just saying what you believe but actually acting on what you believe. They review the night and the different aspects of the service. Some of these pieces of the n…
 
Today on the podcast, Sean talks with Mindy Caliguire from Soul Care about taking care of your own souls in the midst of ministry. Mindy explains this idea of Soul Care. The basic idea of Soul Care is what are you doing to intentionally reconnect moment by moment and day by day with God’s presence in your life. Growing with God is about intimacy an…
 
Today on the podcast, Sean speaks about the idea of giving preteens space to organize their thoughts. Preteens are a mess some times because of all the changes going on in their minds and bodies. The preteen years are the biggest change in a persons’ life beside the ages of 0-2. Because of these rapidly changing thoughts and feelings, preteens don’…
 
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