Speaker - David Michael
A God-Centered Hope for the Joy of the Next Generation
Mobilizing Men for Children's Ministry
How can we motivate men to be involved in a ministry role that can be perceived as a ministry better suited for women? This seminar will consider why the role of men in children’s ministry is crucial to the strength and effectiveness of that ministry, and explore strategies for mobilizing and equipping men for effective ministry with children and youth.
John Angell James: Pursuing the Souls of the Next Generation
Partnering with Parents
What does it mean to partner with parents as we minister to children and youth? This seminar describes a model for partnering with parents that recognizes the parents' God-given responsibility, and the unique position of the church in equipping and resourcing parents.
Are They "in the Faith"?
Children raised in a Christian home with parents who faithfully bring them to church can learn how to behave like a Christian without being one. Often these children "accept Jesus" when they are very young, and subsequently assume they are Christians even when there is little evidence of new birth as they mature. In this seminar, we will consider a strategy for how to involve parents in preparing young people for baptism (or confirmation) in a way that encourages them to "examine" themselves to see whether they are in the faith (2 Corinthians 13:5).
One Generation Shall Tell Your Works to Another
Linking Church and Home for Discipleship
Let Them Bless His Holy Name Forever: Our Eternal Hope For The Next Generations