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CPC20 – Rhythms of Grace

February 10, 2020

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It has been almost a month since I attended CPC20 and I have had time to reflect on my experience. I had a great time! I would like to thank the INCM team for putting on such a great event and for inviting me as a breakout speaker. I enjoyed meeting and hanging out with […]

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I’ll Be At CPC20…Will You?

September 16, 2019

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I’m heading to Florida! I’m excited to participate in CPC20! International Network of Children’s Ministry (INCM) reached out recently about teaching some breakouts at their upcoming Children’s Pastor Conference (CPC20) in January. CPC20 will be held from January 14-16 in Orlando, Florida. I’ve chosen three breakouts that I”m excited about: Nursery as Ministry: – Forget […]

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8 Reasons Why I am Thankful for Children’s Ministry Volunteers

November 24, 2015

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Children’s Ministry volunteers spend extra time with kids who need it. I saw this happen during VBS. One child was pushing the limits and required extra attention. Two of my volunteers didn’t even hesitate. They spent the time needed with him and even spoke with his parents when they came to pick him up. By […]

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Fuel Conference

November 8, 2013

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Fuel Conference was a regional children’s ministry conference held last weekend and I was glad to be part of it. Around 200 people from 35 churches in Manitoba and Saskatchewan came to be encouraged and trained. Friday night started with registration and a main session and then a great time of networking. Saturday was jam-packed […]

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Fuel Conference

November 1, 2013

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I’m heading to Portage la Prairie, MB! This weekend I will be presenting 4 breakout sessions at Fuel Conference. I am excited about being involved in this kidmin training seminar. People are coming from Saskatchewan and Manitoba to network, be encouraged, and be trained as Children’s Ministry leaders and volunteers. This conference is the first […]

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