Faith is formed at home, but it's also formed in community.
Are you interested in exploring ways to encourage and equip families with children in your congregation?
Would you like to learn more about a framework for determining how your church is meeting the faith formation needs of all ages?
Check out these workshops being offered by the Faith Formation Ministries (FFM) team at Inspire 2019:
Family Faith Formation: At Home and In Community
Friday August 2, 10-11 am
with Karen De Boer, FFM's Creative Resource Developer
Research shows that the home is the most significant religious influence in the faith lives of kids. Are we, as churches, equipping and encouraging our families well? In this session you’ll get tools to help your congregation create a vision for family faith formation that builds on family strengths, is nurtured through everyday practices at home and is formed community.
The Building Blocks of Faith: Four Needs that Your Church Must Meet
Friday August 2, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
and Friday August 2, 2-3 pm
with Laura Keeley, FFM’s Regional Catalyzer for congregations in Michigan
What do people of all ages require in order for their faith to grow? This workshop identifies four simple needs that children, teens, and adults share. Understanding these four needs can have a life-changing impact on all your church’s ministries.