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Teaching Preteens How to Share Their Faith (January 20, 10:00 a.m. CST)Picture1

Preteens are a powerful force for the Gospel in schools, homes, and neighborhoods. Join Dr. Clint May for this unique podcast on training and equipping preteen missionaries. You will walk away with the training and tools you will need to train up an army in your church.



Picture2Mobilizing Preteens Into Your Community to Share the Good News of Christ (February 17, 10:00 a.m. CST)

If you want to light the fire of the Gospel in the hearts of preteens in your church, train them and take them into your community to minister. You will transform your preteen ministry into a mission-sending ministry. Join Dr. Clint May for the unique podcast on how to plan, organize, and take preteens in your church into your community to minister and share the Good News of Christ.


Picture3Planning a Preteen Mission Trip (March 17, 10:00 a.m. CST)

If you want to have a lasting impact on the preteens in your church, you will need to train, equip, and take them on a mission trip. On this mission trip, they will do everything while adults observe and supervise. Dr. Clint May has led 30 preteen mission trips in five states during the past 18 years, and he has learned practical ways to train and equip preteens and students for missions. In this unique podcast, Clint will show you how to plan, train your team, find a location, and release preteens as missionaries.


Picture4Training Preteens to Lead Afterschool Bible Clubs (April 14, 10:00 a.m. CST)

Many of the preteens in your church have spiritual gifts of teaching and leadership. Why not put them to work in your afterschool Bible club leading the Bible studies and running your club? Join us for our next podcast where Dr. Clint May will show you simple ways to equip preteens to minister to their classmates in the public schools.


Picture5Before You Throw in the Towel in Your Preteen Ministry, Stop and See if You Are Heading in the Right Direction (May 19, 10:00 a.m. CST)

Are you frustrated with the direction your ministry is heading? Do you feel like you are going through the motions and not seeing any fruit from your labors? Why do your leaders not get what you are doing? Join us for our next podcast where we will discuss finding your vision for your church and will show you how to cast that vision so that adults and parents will want to be involved. Dr. Clint May has served in preteen and children’s ministry for more than 31 years; he brings great insight and experience to assist you in your ministry to this younger generation.


Picture6Why Are Kids Bored in Your Small Groups? (June 16, 10:00 a.m. CST)

Do kids get excited about their small group in your church? Do they just sit and listen, or do they lead in their small groups? Your small groups can be dynamic and life-changing when you help your small group leaders move from being teachers to mentors. In the Bible, Paul discipled and equipped Timothy, which ultimately resulted in Timothy becoming a pastor-leader in the church. Join us for our next podcast where Dr. Clint May will show you how to equip your leaders to become disciple-makers and mentors in your church.


Picture7Looking for Help in All of the Wrong Places (July 14, 10:00 a.m. CST)

If you have a constant leadership shortage in your children’s ministry, you might be looking in all the wrong places. Instead of looking to adults for help, look a little younger. Every believer in your church has spiritual gifts, including children and preteens. Join Dr. Clint May for our next podcast where we will discuss how to engage children and preteens in ministry in the church. If you have a shortage of teachers, greeters, or administrative help, stress no more; the gifts are there in the kids in your church.