Speaker - Sally Michael
Teaching the Difficult Doctrines in Children's Ministry
The goal of this seminar is to help teachers and ministry leaders understand the importance of teaching the “difficult doctrines” to children and to suggest some practical ways of teaching these doctrines. Doctrines to be discussed include: sovereignty, sin, law and grace, fear of God, suffering, election, and hell.
Small Group Leading: Maximizing Spiritual Influence Through Relationships
Relationships of trust foster opportunities to be a spiritual influence on students. This seminar focuses on practical suggestions for fostering healthy Gospel-oriented relationships, maximizing opportunities to be a spiritual influence, and getting beyond surface conversation to draw out heart issues.
Wife, Mother, Disciple-Maker
Our vision of motherhood will shape our attitude, our actions, our influence, and the outcome of our mothering. Christian mothers are God’s ambassadors to their children, called to the ministry of reconciliation and discipleship. This seminar will unfold a biblical vision for mothering and give some practical suggestions for being effective ambassadors in our homes.
Resources for Family Ministry
Lots of books…so little time to read them! Finding really great resources is time consuming. This seminar will highlight great ministry resources for parenting, marriage, family, pre-marriage, singles, Christian education, and counseling, and give suggestions on how to use them effectively.
The Centrality of God in the Children's Ministry Leaders
This seminar will both explore the effect of our influence on others and challenge us to “guard our hearts and minds” so that we are authentic examples to the next generation.
Leading Children to a Solid Faith: Preparing Children to Hear the Gospel
This workshop explains principles for leading children to salvation.
This seminar gives a theology and a philosophy of intergenerational teaching, followed by many practical suggestions. It also includes a testimony from a leader of a successful intergenerational small group.
Involving Students in the Learning Process
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.
Reaching the Heart: The Importance of Application
Teaching Children the Fear of the Lord