You may have a question and need some direction in finding an answer.
Perhaps there is something about your ministry or context that is not quite right? Maybe you are aware that you don’t know what you don’t know?
The following set of questions elude to the sorts of answers needed to help form faith in children and others. Grappling with these questions over time will result in a review of your approaches to your ministry or to your parenting. Your exploration will either affirm and sharpen what you are already doing well or it will lead to some adaptions, new strategies and change.
Click here to view a list of possible questions worth exploring:
- What is considered helpful for parents, children and family workers forming faith in children?
- What does faith for a child look like?
- How do I grow great kids?
- How do I help my child make sense of what’s going on in the world, both good & bad?
- How does the Bible help make sense of our lives? How does it all apply?
- What are the different ways of digging deeper into the Bible with children?
- How does gathering with others as part of a church help?
- Why do kids need to gather and network in different ways?
- Will our children still have faith in 5, 10, 15, 20 years time? What can I do now to make a difference?
- If discipling is important, how do I get a handle on it?
- How do I make the most of the good times and help in the tricky times?
- What helps a children and families ministry leader … or any leader for that matter?