Why are kids leaving the church after high school? What if the strategy to change this started in children’s ministry?
The Child Discipleship Forum is where children’s ministry leaders, senior pastors and parents gather to collaborate, pray, learn and dialogue about the most critical factors to shape long-term discipleship in children.
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Child Discipleship Drives the Future of the Church
Are we adequately preparing today’s kids to engage the culture and lead the church of the future?
With the rapid changes taking place within our culture, child discipleship has become the most crucial conversation in the church. More and more Children’s Ministry Leaders, Senior Pastors, NextGen Leaders and Parents are asking these questions.
Let’s unite together at the Child Discipleship Forum as we collaborate, pray, and learn together. This is a critical moment for us to shape the future of the church and make the greatest generation of disciples the world has ever seen.
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. For the summer price, register by August 26th!
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Rolling Hills Community Church – Franklin
1810 Columbia Ave
Franklin, TN 37064
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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 122 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 (11,400 of them in North America) engaging 4.7 million children and students weekly.