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My favorite line is when George Barna says that adult ministry is a maintenance ministry! Barna’sĀ rationale for investing and shifting resources to children’s ministries is because he sees the most potential return on investment… mainly because children are the ones who are making decisions for Christ at an exponentially higher rate than adults!

Do you agree or disagree?

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Published by Jeremy Mavis

Married to one. Father of two. Friend to several. Blogger to many. Pastor to all. And a passionate follower of Jesus Christ.

One reply on “How Important is Children’s Ministry in the Church?”

  1. I’ve seen this video before, and I totally agree with it. Not to say that adults are unimportant, but it makes sense to invest a larger portion of your resources where they will see the most return on investment. Sadly, that’s not the norm in most churches.

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