Let’s Talk Family Group

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1 week ago

Annie Willmot

If you're a parent in church leadership or know others who are, then you might find this day useful! All the info is online here: www.brfonline.org.uk/PF20170627/

Parenting as Church Leaders Training DayJune 27, 2017, 9:30amSt. Thomas' Church ,Telford Park, Balham, London SW2 4XWBeing a church leader affects every part of our lives, including our children. We all want to be good parents and good leaders, seeing our children, teens and young adults flourish spiritually and emotionally alongside our congregations and communities. But how can we do that well?

Parenting as a church leader requires unique skills and choices, and we as parents can often feel quite lonely in that journey.

Come and join other church leaders on a day specifically designed to explore the parenting techniques that will help church leader's children of all ages spiritually and emotionally flourish in their connection with God and with the church as a whole. Share your experience with others, talk honestly about your journey, and hear from those who have walked this path before. Open to all serving within church leadership teams.

Timetable of the day
9.30 - 10.00 Arrival and refreshments
10.00 - 11.00 Session 1: The four foundations church leader's children need
11.00 - 11.30 Break
11.30 - 13.00 Session 2: The parent vs church leader tension in the goldfish bowl
13.00 - 13.30 Lunch
13.30 - 15.00 Session 3: Helping our children spiritually flourish at home and church

Tea and coffee will be available throughout the day.

Lunch is provided.

Info and ticket booking (£20) online here: www.brfonline.org.uk/PF20170627/

Parenting as Church Leaders Training Day

2 weeks ago

Dave Roberts

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Ali Campbell

What will you leave behind?The real measure of effective leadership is what we leave behind . . .

What are you passing on?

What will you leave behind?