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The Building Blocks of Faith can transform your church’s faith formation efforts, and this newly revised resource can help.
We all know that the pandemic has taken a toll on our bodies, relationships, communities, and churches. So how can ministry leaders prepare their congregations to be places of healing?
Sometimes we forget that older people are still growing in faith. They’re often marginalized, but your congregation needs them! Here are some ways to use the Building Blocks of Faith with older adults.
Because mentoring is highly relational, it’s a great way to experience deep belonging, explore God’s story in generative ways, build up each other’s hope in Christ, and speak into or confirm each other’s calling.
The Building Blocks of Faith describe four spiritual needs that are met in Christ. Here are some ideas for helping faith to flourish by meeting those needs in your church’s intergenerational ministries.
Christian parents want to nurture their children’s faith, but they don’t always know where to begin. The Building Blocks of Faith provide an excellent framework for family faith formation, giving parents a place to start with any child, at any age.
Here are some ideas for how church leaders can use the Building Blocks of Faith to assess ministry strengths and weaknesses and create new ministry initiatives that are holistic in scope and in faith formation engagement.
The Building Blocks of Faith describe four spiritual needs that are met in Christ. Here are some ideas for helping faith to flourish by meeting those needs in your church’s children’s ministry.
Learn how to use the four Building Blocks of Faith in your faith formation ministry planning process.
Explore creative resources and practices for spiritual development to use both in community and at home.