“whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty.” Psalm 91:1

kidmin policies as promised at #kidminsummit

today i had the pleasure of speaking at etowah baptist association's first ever kidmin summit. what a great crowd of amazing kidmin leaders. i led sessions on: the preteen bubble, rethinking volunteers, activities that welcome, and then i talked about being renewed in...

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blackout – vine family worship

this year at vine family worship we are working through our dawson kids blueprint model. each family worship night takes a deeper, hands-on, and family focused look at one of the points in our blueprint theme for the year. "the fall" was the topic of our second vine...

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Gospel class – Part 3 of 3

click here to read the first post in this series. read part two in this blog series here. click here to learn more about and purchase "the Gospel God's plan for me" God provided experience it: supplies: big bag of candy for the winner impossible task - get a child...

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Gospel class – part 2 of 3

click here to read the first post in this series. click here to learn more about and purchase "the Gospel God's plan for me"   God rules experience it: supplies: play dough each child and adult are given some play dough. they are told to talk about what they...

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Gospel class – part 1 of 3

twice a year i teach a two week Gospel class for children that are seeking answers to what it means to be a Christian. at recent workshops i have taught several people have asked for the outline of this class. i thought it would be easiest to share the information...

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uncreated Creator – family worship

from time to time i am asked what our family worships look like and how we structure the time together with families.  also i am so excited to be teaching on family worship at #kidmin15, so i thought i would include all the ingredients to our latest family worship on...

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theme to shape the year

the first thing i did when transitioning to a new church was to set up a goal and filter for dawson kids. i needed clarity and direction. after spending 3 weeks with a varied group of parents, we prayerfully came up with confident in Christ.  this has served as an...

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a Word for today

  surely i am not the only one that needed to hear this today! 🙂 just wanted to share! thankful for the power of God's...

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all in for 24

this year will be my 18th year for an event i created early in my ministry - 24 hours 4 Him. this is a "disciple-now type of event" where children spend from 6p.m. on friday to 6p.m. on saturday at the church in: Bible study, interactive worship, creative activities,...

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starting in KidMin

as am i going through the process of hiring an associate minister to children i have asked myself, what would i tell someone just beginning their kids ministry journey? i guess this list would consists of what i wish i would have know when i began as a full-time...

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danielle bell

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speaking schedule

cullman kidmin volunteer lunch

Date: February 28, 2017

Location: cullman, al

it’s just a phase conference

Date: March 18, 2017

Location: alabaster, al

it’s just a phase conference
westwood baptist church
alabaster, al

kidmin conference

Start date: September 22, 2017

End date: September 24, 2017

Location: chicago, il

the only conference that transforms your ministry and your life – group’s unconventional kidmin conference.

KidMin is the most intimate conference you’ll ever experience

We’ve created a setting that feels more like a family reunion than a conference. At KidMin you’ll find a place where you’re seen and heard… Where you can learn and actually leave with a plan… Where you can make meaningful connections with other children’s ministers…Where you can be spiritually fed.

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