When the Church is Not the Church | Melissa J. MacDonald
Most churches highly value the discipleship of children and teens. However, many congregations have established programs for them that inadvertently become obstacles to the discipleship flow of the church. Problems range from the “silo” mentality (when kids and youth ministries have nothing to do with one another) to “dry cleaner parenting” (dropping the kids off in a classroom and expecting to pick them up “clean and neat” one hour later). This seminar will help you and your team create the healthy discipleship environment so desperately needed.
Topical Category: Spiritual Formation
Event: Children's Pastors' Conference 2016