Children's Ministry
Build Trust with Parents of Infants
Caring for infants is a great opportunity for your church to build trust.
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Your ministry to infants provides many parents with their first exposure to your children's ministry. The care you give can build relationships that minister to families for years. Before you build relationships, however, you will need to build trust. Parents of infants need to know they can trust you with their babies.

This tool is adapted from "Experience the Wonder of Life Change," a PromiseLand Conference workshop by Otis Price. PromiseLand is a ministry of the Willow Creek Association.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Building Trust with First Impressions 
Establish trust quickly, because initial worries are hard to overcome.

Building Trust Through Lasting Relationships 
After the first impression, create a lasting impression of love.

Building Trust from the Beginning 
Four ideas for building bridges with new parents.

Building Up Babies Through Nurturing Play 
Demonstrate love by helping infants grow and learn.

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Topics:Community, Congregational care, Family, Relationships, Shepherding, Unity
Filters:Children's ministry, Children's pastor, Daycare worker, Nursery, Nursery, Service, Sunday school
References:Matthew 7:16, John 13:35
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