Bus Ministry Promotion Flyers
Good graphic design in the bus ministry, while not the main focus, can be an extremely useful tool that helps bus workers and bus routes succeed. Here are some free flyer designs that you can use in your bus ministry.
Consider Your Bus Ministry Now
During the last few months, churches had to adapt, and some ministries had to be placed on hold–one of those ministries was the bus ministry. With restrictions beginning to ease around the nation, Bro. Luke Flood explains that preparation should be made now for the return of this great ministry.
Some Few Men With Me
Every man of God faces struggles unknown to others. Bro. Luke Flood encourages us to be a “spring of encouragement and source of strength to our spiritual leaders.”
My Kids Won’t Behave!
Teaching children in a class or working with them on a bus route can be challenging if they are constantly misbehaving. Anyone who has taught for any length of time has most likely faced this situation. The author gives helpful tips on properly managing a group of students.
The Key to Sunday is Saturday
Sunday should not just begin when the hour hand crosses midnight. Bus Director, Luke Flood, shares five key actions to perform on Saturday to have a successful Sunday.
A Brief History of the Church Bus Ministry in America
The Bus Ministry has been unarguably the most impactful tool available to our churches within the past 60-70 years. No other ministry has seen more results in salvations and baptisms than the bus ministry has seen in just the relatively short time since its formalization. Read the fascinating account of the history of the bus ministry.
Necessities of a Good Church Database
If you are involved in dealing with people at your church at any level, you probably have a database to help you. How do you properly maintain your database? What kind of information should you keep? The author answers those questions and more to help you maintain a good church database.
Your Bus Route: Lake vs. Pond
How do you keep your bus route exciting and fresh? If your bus route is not growing, it is dying. Luke Flood, the NVBC Bus Director, gives five steps you can implement immediately on your route.
You Have Them, Now What?
It could take weeks, months, and possibly even years before that prospect actually comes. You have them, now what? How do you keep them?