Who Is Brian?

Brian began in Kids Ministry in 1992.  He has served at two churches, The Oaks Fellowship (Dallas, TX 1992-1999) and First NLR (North Little Rock, AR 1999 – Present).  He loves kids, Kidmin Leaders, and everything that involves leading children in their spiritual journey!

Brian founded High Voltage Kids Ministry Resources in 1998, which creates and provides Kids Church Curriculum, Music, Games, Videos, and more to churches around the world. highvoltage-kids.com

Brian has had the privilege of speaking at many Kidmin Conferences, Workshops, Seminars, etc.  He has a passion for passing on what God has enabled him to learn from his years of ministry and learning from other Kidmin Leaders!  He is the author of “I Blew It!”, a Kidmin Leadership book that helps others avoid the biggest mistakes in Kids Ministry.

Brian and his wife of 14 years, Cherith, have two amazing children – Ashton (daughter – age 13) and Jordan (son – age 11).

Brian created this blog to share and interact with other Kidmin Leaders.  The goal is not to write about what HE wants to talk about (well, sometimes), but rather what YOU want to hear about.  Each week, Brian will take a question regarding Kids Ministry that has been submitted by a reader and answer it based on what he has learned in his nearly 20 years of Kids Ministry.  Hopefully, it helps someone!

Wanna submit a question?  Just go to the Kidmin Questions page now!

Email Brian at brian@highvoltage-kids.com

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6 thoughts on “Who Is Brian?

  1. Brian has been a continual source of inspiration to go the extra mile and help kids make the Jesus connection. His curriculum reflects his heart and passion for helping kids see Truth in their world.

  2. LOVE the new blog look! Love the fact that everything is very clearly laid out and that you can find what you need without having to l0ok through everything. This is sad I know, but my favorite part is that the font is big enough for this old lady to see it ;) Congrats on new blog look!