Date - Apr 08, 2005

Sovereign Grace and the Salvation of Children

date: Apr 08, 2005 | speaker: C.J. Mahaney | topic: 2005 - The Sovereignty of God

One Generation Shall Tell Your Works to Another

date: Apr 08, 2005 | speaker: David Michael | topic: 2005 - The Sovereignty of God

Involving Students in the Learning Process

date: Apr 08, 2005 | speaker: Sally Michael | topic: Tools & Strategies

Are your students active participants in the learning process or passive listeners? This seminar presents tools to make them active participants and explains why this is such an important factor in Bible teaching.

Developing Bible Skills in Children

date: Apr 08, 2005 | speaker: Jill Nelson | topic: Tools & Strategies

The Bible is the foundation for all truth. As parents and teachers, it is our responsibility to diligently teach our children the scriptures. In this workshop we will set goals and give practical ideas for building Bible skills in children, nursery through the elementary years.

Emphasizing Missions in Children's Programming

date: Apr 08, 2005 | speaker: Nancy Kesting | topic: Missions

This seminar will assist you with vision and tools to enlarge the hearts and minds of children and parents toward God's priority for world-wide missions.

Encouraging God-Esteem in a Culture of Self-Esteem

date: Apr 08, 2005 | speaker: Jill Nelson | topic: Discipleship

Our culture is saturated with the unbiblical self-esteem myth, namely: My happiness and success is dependent on making much of myself. In this workshop we will explore how we can teach, love, and encourage children in such a way that they will find true happiness, not by making much of self, but by making much of Christ.

Ministering to Families with Children with Disabilities

date: Apr 08, 2005 | speaker: Mary Horning | topic: Disability

How many children with disabilities are in your church and community? How does God want you to reach out and minister to them? This seminar is designed to help open your eyes to see disabilities from God's perspective, and to develop a Christ-like response in your church.