Rethinking Children’s Ministry Workshop


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Rethinking Children’s Ministry: Helping Kids Feel Safe at Church

We know that Children’s Ministry is a vital part of any church. It is why families come and unfortunately why families sometimes leave.

This eye-opening training will equip pastors, ministry leaders, and volunteers to see the connection between childhood experiences and the ability to facilitate healthy, loving relationships.

Our early relationships, whether smooth, rocky or abusive, set the tone for how we trust, set boundaries, and ask for help as adults.

Additionally, traumatic experiences, both big and small, greatly impact who we become. Being informed about how trauma impacts our relationships is key in helping us to love others as Jesus loves us.

Pastors and ministry leaders will leave this workshop equipped to better serve those who have experienced trauma.

IN THIS TRAINING, WE WILL DISCUSS:

  • What the risk factors for trauma are
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • How trauma impacts a person
  • How fear drives behavior
  • Practical strategies that build healthy relationships
  • A plan of action to empower leaders and volunteers

 

Tapestry will be hosting this training at Irving Bible Church on February 16th from 9am-12pm.

A light breakfast and snacks will be served.

There will not be childcare offered for this event.

Cost is $15 per person.

Churches wanting to send 10 or more staff/volunteers, please email Kayla at  info@tapestryministry.org for a discounted rate.

Click here to register for this live event.

Unable to attend this live training? Check out the webcast dates available through One Big Happy Home.

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Feb 16, 2019 - 9:00 am Rethinking Children’s Ministry Workshop View