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More Examples That Show How We Feel

A few weeks ago, we tried to explain what it's like to be a children's minister. Because a picture's worth a thousand words, everyone seemed to comprehend our feelings when we used images. If you still have a few friends out there who don't "get" you, here are even more ways to explain to them what it's like to be a children's minister.

This is how we feel…


…when we try to serve a healthy snack:



…when we try to cheer on a focused volunteer:



…when we try to play with our kids' stuff:



…when we hear someone say youth ministry is better than children's ministry:



…kids look like when we ask if they did something wrong:



…when the kids clean up after themselves:

If you missed it, make sure to check out our first installment of How We Feel as well. And if you want your friends to understand how it feels to be a children's minister, share this article! Just click on the Google Plus, Twitter, Facebook, or Pinterest buttons below.
We want you to get in on the fun! Check out the image below, and then come up with your own caption that describes "How We Feel."

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Posted at 08:28


Ali said...
...when we left out an important part of our lesson. ("They forgot the bacon!")
May 17, 2013 09:57
Amanda said...
Keep your eye on the prize!
May 17, 2013 12:59
Stacey French said...
When I tell the kids we are NOT having snack today...LOL
May 17, 2013 01:09
David (author) said...
Amazing responses everyone! Thanks for joining in on the fun!
May 17, 2013 01:53
marcia said...
When we explain the last fruit of the spirit.
May 29, 2013 11:37

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