2022 Child Discipleship Forum Speakers
The Church has a child formational crisis.
Entertainment, relevance and moralism have proven insufficient to form lasting faith in our children.
Jesus, the Gospel as well as recent research are clear: the most effective way to impart faith to our children is child discipleship. But how?
Join like-minded speakers and attendees to discuss, pray and pursue more robust and purposeful child discipleship in our churches and homes.
Join Us in Nashville or Online
Come solo or gather your leaders for the most intentional conversations about child discipleship you will have all year. The Forum is complete with thought provoking talks, intentional conversations and live prayer and worship alongside thousands of others passionate about child discipleship.Save Your Seat
Leading Voices On culture, children & local church ministry
New Practical Research Surprising results unveiled by Barna & Awana
Strategy & Resources Learn how to Biblically disciple kids in a changing culture
Community & Belonging Connect with like-minded leaders in this critical conversation
Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the Kingdom of Heaven belongs to such as these.
Whether you participate in the Child Discipleship Forum in person or online, you will have live access to every presentation, opportunities for dialogue and collaboration, and resources.
Register by August 25, 2022 to take advantage of the Summer Discount for this year's Forum!
Teams Of Two+
The Factory at Franklin
September 22 & 23, 2022
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Frequently Asked Questions
The Child Discipleship Forum has been organized by Awana. To many in North America, Awana is known as a “mid-week ministry” to children and youth. The reality is that Awana is a leader in global child and youth discipleship in 133 countries in a variety of curricula and leader equipping networks. Awana partners with ministries like Compassion International, World Vision, and numerous denominations in over 65,000 churches, engaging 4.9 million children and students weekly.