Mark Jones is a creative Children’s Pastor with practical ideas to champion Kid’s Ministry by encouraging and resourcing leaders.
Here in Oklahoma, we are used to frightening weather. It can still scare us. We had a tornado hit our house just a couple of years ago. It ripped off part of our roof and proceeded to rain like crazy and flood that part of the house. The damage was terrible but we were so […]
Classroom Management, Part 4
Classroom Management, Part 3
Hi friends. Welcome back to Mr. Mark’s classroom. I want to share with you some ideas that might help with classroom management. As I’m observing in the classes that I have here at my own church, I see there’s a couple of things that we really could pay attention to that maybe we have been neglecting. And […]
Classroom Management, Part 2
Hey, friends. Welcome to Mr. Mark’s Classroom. I want to continue this conversation about how we’re going to guide our classrooms. I was observing on Wednesday, and I saw Ms. Cathy. She was like, “Boys and girls. Boys and girls.” I was like, “Come on, Cathy. Use your big voice, your outside voice. We can’t […]
Classroom Management Series Part One
Hi friends. Welcome to Mr. Mark’s classroom. I’ve really been experiencing some teachers struggling with classroom management and I thought maybe we better talk about this a little more. So, I want to put together a few of these in a series that might help with what is happening in your classrooms as well. Or if you are a minister, […]
Podcast: Ten Awesome Tips for Church Greeters
Here are ten tips for greeters. Remember, it is more than a handshake. Smile. Personal warmth. Look like you enjoy welcoming people. Fresh Breath. (Enough said) Make eye contact – Read their body language. Take initiative and speak to the guest. Don’t ask “Are you new?” or “Is this your first time?” Say,” I don’t […]
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Consistency Is Overrated
I always enjoy Mr. Mark’s Classroom. Mark is a great host and his guests give great information. I always get practical ideas that I can put to use right away.
This is good information for anyone teaching boys!