Nursery attendants, other church employees, neighbors, parents…everyone gives you, the children’s ministry director, advice about the best way to recruit volunteers, choose a curriculum, and plan activities. Some of their suggestions are very good, but you want more than thoughtful suggestions. You want to know what really works, what you can do to make a difference in the spiritual lives of your church’s children. The Children and Family Ministry Handbook offers practical how-tos on all the day-to-day issues you face in your ministry. What’s more, the practices are backed by research and tested by seasoned ministry leaders who share church-life anecdotes in a relatable, easy-to-read style.