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  • How can we increase our church attendance? How can we have a greater impact in our community? If you’ve asked yourself these questions, you may also be wondering how you can engage your church in ministry. And ministry engagement can make a big difference in your church’s impact.
  • In this free eBook, you’ll discover seven practical and versatile ways you can empower your church to engage in meaningful, transformative ministry. From partnering with your local school through a one-on-one mentoring program to making connections with other non-profit organizations and so much more, this eBook will inspire you to step into new and exciting opportunities for your church.

“Those who are active in their religious congregations are both happier and are more engaged in their community than those who are either not affiliated with a religious congregation or are affiliated but not engaged.”

Pew Research Center, 2019

About the Author

Kids Hope USA exists to build life-changing relationships one at a time. We do this by pairing community-focused churches with their neighborhood elementary schools and then equipping and mobilizing volunteer mentors into the schools to enrich the lives of students through one-on-one mentoring relationships.

At Kids Hope USA, we know children thrive when they can rely on having consistent adults in their corner, encouraging them and building them up! Kids Hope USA mentors help support students academically, socially, and emotionally by meeting together for one hour each week throughout the school year. This kind of consistency in an ever-changing world can provide the stability and hope needed to help the whole child thrive.

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