Kidmin Leadership focuses on the top-twenty principles all leaders need to know. This book compiles the experiences of a select group of kidmin ministers who have dedicated a substantial amount of time to being mentored by renowned kidmin minister and leadership coach Jim Wideman. Topics include: knowing God's will, self-leadership, priorities, thinking in steps, how to do what you don't want to do, visioneering, team building, caring for others, and much, much more. Kidmin Leadership brings together more than a dozen voices who all write from the same heart. It's a leadership resource you don't want to do ministry without.
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Review: Kidmin LeadershipUser Review - Debbie Speice - Goodreads
I enjoyed this book quite a bit. Most of the ideas weren't new but they came with real-life situations and practical ideas to help us out along the way. I liked that each chapter was written by a different family ministry leader who was writing about their circumstances. Read full review
Review: Kidmin LeadershipUser Review - Corey Jones - Goodreads
"Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself." -Leo Tolstoy. This books challenges KidMin leaders to step back and examine why we do what we do and how to do it better. Thank you! Read full review