Looking to rethink how you minister to children and youth?
Wondering what you can do that supports families in passing on faith?
For many congregations and families, sharing the Christian faith with children and youth is an area of struggle or challenge. Culture and society have changed so much in recent years, raising many new questions and issues and pressures.
We invite you to join us in rethinking child, youth and family ministry for a new time and a new age. Please consider inviting Jodi or Christine to visit with you and your congregational leaders. Together we can wrestle with some of the following questions...
- What does it mean to form faith in children and youth?
- What seems to work best and why?
- How can we partner with and support Christian families today?
Over many years, Grow Ministries has developed resources to help meet the challenges of doing ministry with children, young people and their families. Maybe we have something to suit your context.
Does it feel like you are doing the same things you have always done in your ministry with children, youth and their families but just not getting the same outcomes as you did in past years? Grow Ministries has a few ideas that might help your congregation move away from just running the same programs in the same way and expecting the results of previous years. Our society has changed so it's time to rethink our approach to ministry. The Grow Ministries Rethinking Workshop is a three-hour session that works through ten guiding principles to rethinking your ministry with children, young people and their families.
Grow Disciples Confirmation Training Video
Grow Disciples is an exciting and important shift in our focus on ministry with children and young people. Grow Ministries has studied the best contemporary research, combined it with experience in local ministry settings and brought them together. The renewed emphasis on lifelong intergenerational discipleship will serve us well in nurturing community and personal faith in meaningful, practical, and Christ-centred ways.