Category Archives: discipleship

Viable Family Ministry Models Part 2 of 4

This is the much delayed (many months, sorry) second post in a four part series discussing different models of family ministry. In our first post, we talked about how two scholars (Timothy Paul Jones and Denise Kjesbo) have defined family … Continue reading

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Bob Hyatt: Don’t Laugh; Your Church Might Be Miley Cyrus.

Bob Hyatt wrote a great article on the problem with the attractional church called “Don’t Laugh; Youth Church Might Be Miley Cyrus.” The post appeared on the Out of Ur blog. Here’s a quick clip. Every church should be asking “What … Continue reading

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Connecting home and church: The take-home sheet from @thewellpa

Over the last month, we’ve begun introducing parent connection papers to help connect The Well‘s children classes with the home. The goal is to equip parents to have spiritual discussions with their children. There are three parts to these papers. … Continue reading

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