Kidology To Go Review

Kidology To Go Review

Nov 15, 2010

On November 6th, Joe McAlpine and I loaded up in the car and drove two hours to a little town near Arkansas called Locus Grove to attend Kidology to GoKidology to Go is a full day of leadership training and creative ideas for Children’s Pastors.  Marty Martin and Karl Bastian taught sessions ranging from relational ministry to kids to helping the church and family work together.  I really enjoyed the day and had a great time meeting fellow kid’s pastors.  I would suggest Kidology to Go for any kid’s pastor who wanted to load up their entire team and give them a high quality training.  The best part is it’s only $10.00; you could take a group of 20 for less than the price of the average kid’s pastor conference.  Another option for Kidology to Go would to be to host it; which would only cost a church $500.00.  The next Kidology to Go will be in Wichita, Kansas and in my opinion would be worth the time and money.

Favorite Quote:

“Think of #kidmin as cross-cultural ministers. @kidologytogo.”

“Get to heart of play, play with them, learn abitu the things they play and the thing they play with.”

“The study of KIDS Requires: #1 you must always be learning #2 you must be involved with kids. #3 know their world”

“Simplify your strategy to reach children so that parents can grasp it and come on board”

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  1. So very close to my Alma Mater…

    • That’s awesome! Hey, how was Illuminate Conference? I planned on attending but had something unexpected popped up and had to change my plans.

  2. Illuminate was great. Austin is a great place to spend a weekend.

  3. Next year you should plan on coming to Illuminate. It’s a little bit of a drive, but worth it. November 12 is the date and Jim Wideman will be the Keynote. You should load up a van and bring some of your leaders. We’ll start taking registrations for next year in January… but mark your calendar now!


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