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Kidology Leadership Lab Download Kit: #4 - Partnering with Parents

Kidology Leadership Lab Download Kit: #4 - Partnering with Parents

The 4th lesson in Kidology Online Training


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Kidology Leadership Labs are designed to equip and encourage you with a topical approach to the issues you need to address as a leader in children's ministry. Learn more!

Leadership Lab #4: Partnering with Parents

If the very thought of 'family ministry' and 'partnering with parents' stirs up feelings of failure and discouragement, maybe it's time to change the way you think about ministering to kids and parents! In this Leadership Lab, Karl Bastian offers a fresh approach that will both challenge and refresh, offering a unique perspective on the topic.

This Leadership Lab Download Kit includes:
  • Topically-related, build-as-you-go chapters from The Kidology Handbook - Leader's Edition (36-page PDF)
  • Video of the entire training session (19 min.)
  • Video of Best Buds Inc.: "Non-Negotiated Partnerships for Dummies" (8 min.)
  • Customizable PowerPoint presentation for training others (52 slides)
  • BONUS Content
    • "To Be Educated" Video and Poem (MOV and DOC)
    • "Faith-Full Families" 3 Session Program (32-page PDF)
    • "Raising Kids to Stand Strong" Sermon by Karl Bastian (40-minute MP3 plus Sermon Notes)
    • "VIP Family Ministry" Resource Examples
      • Sample Brochure (2-page PDF)
      • Christmas Idea (PDF)
Delivery of your Download Kit will be via a secure download link sent by e-mail shortly after purchase. Links expire 7 days after purchase.

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