This webinar is designed to assist you in understanding the role and purpose of a deacon, where your skill and interests fit with this calling, how to best help people who are struggling, and to identify who are the deacon’s partners in ministry.
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An earlier webinar recording is available through Barnabas Foundation's webinar and audio library. Slides from this October 10, 2012 presentation are available in pdf format for downloading.
This webinar will give you the tools you need to include children with ASD in Sunday school and other church ministries. From understanding the basics of ASD, to employing strategies for including individuals with ASD, to managing difficult behaviors, you’ll learn how to form an action plan and get started.
In this webinar we will look at how to take first steps in walking beside someone with mental illness. Various forms of mental illness will be introduced such as anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder, and suggestions will be given for what people in the pew can do to respond in love.
Now you are ordained by the church to provide spiritual oversight to the body of Christ. What does that involve? How can I serve in an office that I feel "unqualified" for? Together we will explore the nature of spiritual leadership in the church.
This webinar was recorded on: Wed, 04/25/2012 Is your congregation reflecting on Synod's decision to welcome children to the Lord's Supper? Join us to explore the roles of the pastor, elders, and parents in this significant process - and equip your congregation to move forward with joy.
In this webinar we'll visit an old metaphor to help us understand the elements necessary for healthy and lasting renewal.
In this webinar you'll discover ways to mobilize your church to pray for both local and global missions.
In this webinar, we'll take a tour of the site and look at examples of the connections being made. Plus we'll uncover tricks to getting the most out of the site and ways to quickly tap into the collective knowledge and experience of fellow church members across the CRC.