This workshop will talk about screening, documents and training that we ought to have in place and ways to be wise while working with children.
Why We Exist
|The Problem||The Answer|
|1. Smaller churches and church plants sometimes struggle to find resources to train their youth workers and teach their youth.||1. We are offering 15 seminars to encourage the church and its leadership to be strong in the faith of our Lord Jesus Christ. We want to serve as a resource for training youth workers.|
|2. A poll by Barna reveals that our children are leaving the church faster than ever. They are failing to see the importance of the Bible and church in their everyday lives.||2. These seminars seek to increase the effectiveness of teachers in helping students to grow biblical and lasting fruit. The workshops will emphasize the importance of youth connecting with an older person in the church who exemplifies a Godly life example.|
|3. No matter the size of church, people can become comfortable with where they are spiritually. Biblical life application should be an active part of every day life.||3. The Bible has the answers we need. These Seminars look at the issues from a biblical perspective and encourage the application of truth to the hearts of church members of any age.|
Teacher Journey Training
Churches spend thousands of dollars on curriculum and programs for ministering to young people, but how much do they invest in their teachers? Teacher Journey Training is called a journey because we walk alongside teachers for 24 weeks. Using their church’s current curriculum, we suggest creative ideas and strategies for their instruction. We encourage them with biblical methods that Jesus used to enhance and sharpen their skills while implementing biblical discipleship methods. We critique last week’s lesson and look at the lesson coming up to provide support that fosters application in the students. Our goal is to work with churches to further train teachers to equip children to bear godly fruit and service the rest of their lives.