VIDEO – “How To Communicate So Kids Want To Listen”

There’s nothing worse than trying to communicate to a group of kids who aren’t paying any attention to you.  As a matter of fact, if they aren’t listening – then you aren’t really communicating!  In this teaching, I share some of the things I have learned when it comes to communicating to kids in large groups, small groups, and one-on-one.  I pray it is helpful to you!

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5 thoughts on “VIDEO – “How To Communicate So Kids Want To Listen”

  1. I am getting ready to launch small groups. The points you brought up were so helpful for me and my team. I cannot wait to share them with my small group leaders. Thank you for always pouring into us Kids Pastors and helping us as we lead this next generation.

  2. Thank you for this! Instead of meeting with my team during our crazy summer agenda, I wanted to send a teaching video. Now, I’ve got it!

  3. Thanks, Brian! I’ve been in kidmin over 15 years, but still got some great insights and new knowledge from this video. (Hand on heart) I promise to carefully listen and thoughtfully respond to kids, even in a busy, noisy environment! I’ll be showing this video to my volunteers, as well. Great resource! JOY

  4. I like point number 2, about changing your volume and inflection. Sometimes in children’s ministry, we can easily stay excited all the time and forget about good elements of story telling.

  5. This was a very great video, and will very much be a helpful tool, as I do training with my teachers.

    Thank you