Gospel-Formed Identity: Developing a Faith that Will Last

343A Gospel-Formed Identity: Developing a Faith that Will Last

The goal of generational discipleship is for our kids' thinking, affections, and habits of life to be shaped by Christ's story. We'll look at a few key areas. Creating intentional time that is built into the rhythms of the family's life to think about, talk about, and live out the gospel. Capturing and leveraging opportunities in the course of everyday life for the purpose of gospel-centered conversations. Making and marking occasions to celebrate and commemorate significant spiritual milestones of God's work in the family and child's life. What does it look like to lead our children in patterns of thinking, affections, and life patterns captured and shaped by Jesus's redemptive story?

Textbooks: 'Give Them Grace: Dazzling Your Kids with the Love of Jesus' by Elyse M. Fitzpatrick and 'Family Ministry Field Guide: How Your Church Can Equip Parents to Make Disciples' by Timothy Paul Jones

Qualifies for the Family Ministry Diploma.

Formerly Called: Helping Parents Build a Faith in Kids for Today and Tomorrow


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Under the leadership of Tanya Velardo

B.A. Bible with a Missions emphasis, Lancaster Bible College; Graduate of Children’s Ministry Institute, Child Evangelism Fellowship International Headquarters.  Children’s Ministry Director, Renaissance Church, Harlem.



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