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Ministry-to-Children’s Blog Madness

March 14, 2011 is running a March Madness competition for Kids Ministry Blogs.  If you appreciate the content of The Inclusive Church Blog, please go onto’s Kids Ministry Blog Madness competition and VOTE!  To my knowledge, this blog is the only one in the running with a 100% focus on helping churches successfully include children with special needs.

Take a look at the other kids ministry blogs listed.  I am a huge fan of at least a dozen of the blogs you’ll see included in this friendly competition.  Several of these children’s ministry leaders regularly offer quality content for churches and parents.  (Seriously – there are some AMAZING writers and influencers in this list!) is arguably the most influential website among the family and children’s ministry audience.  This website has 22,000 Ministry-to-Children Facebook fans, 26,000 newsletter subscribers, and an insane number of monthly hits on its website (I think it is somewhere in the range of 250,000 hits per month!)

From → Kidmin

  1. Look under the Southwest Region for The Inclusive Church Blog. (Yes, I live in Atlanta)

  2. Just voted. You’re doing well!

  3. Mindy Long permalink

    I just voted for The Inclusive Church Blog. Leigh Anne sent me your blog today and I have been reading it tonight. I am so impressed and thankful for what you are doing. I wish the Hearts and Hands ministry had been available 25 years ago! I am a buddy for Hearts and Hands and I have gotten some great tips from reading your blog. Thank you for your interest, research and writing about this great ministry.

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