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Partnering with Parents—Spiritual Formation in the Home

Spiritual formation is meant to be done in community—a partnership between the church and its families. Discover steps for doing just that.
    May 13, 2021
    12:00 PM ET
    120 minutes

Partnering with the home for children’s spiritual formation should be the highest priority for our ministries. This is not something new. Our calling to partnership began when Deuteronomy 6 was penned long ago. So, where do we actually begin?

The programming part of our ministries often comes easy, that’s the fun part. The partnering piece, however, can be overwhelming and slow going, but is so inspiring!

Deuteronomy 6 is our guide that defines, explains, and makes a clear case that partnering with parents should be our mantra.

Hear from Melissa MacDonald as she illuminates new light on this great book and passage.

In this Ministry Spark Conversation, you will gain:

    Biblical Insight

Learn what the Bible says about the role of the church community and the home.

    Partnership Ideas

Practical ways to partner with the home for the spiritual formation of kids.

    Encouragement

Press into what God is calling YOU to do as a leader in ministry now—especially as you build for the future.

Meet the Speaker

  • Passionate about Jesus, the church, and kids, Melissa J. MacDonald travels extensively speaking, training, coaching, and consulting. She is known for her engaging and powerful communication. She’s the author of Missing: An Urgent Call for the Church to Rescue Kids. With a fresh and unique perspective Melissa boldly calls the church to be The Church everywhere she goes. She and her husband make their home in Iowa. She’s been to over 30 countries and seeks out the best ethnic food in every city she visits. Find out more at melissajmacdonald.com.

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