Training

Training

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  1. Teaching Children the Fear of the Lord
    Teaching Children the Fear of the Lord

    Sally Michael

    This seminar includes a survey of the Scriptures to better understand the fear of the Lord and what you can do to encour... More
  2. Bible Memorization
    Bible Memorization

    Kathi Westlund

    This seminar provides a biblical mandate, inspirational encouragement, and practical resources for equipping children an... More
  3. Beyond Classroom Management
    Beyond Classroom Management

    Connie Oman

    Attentive, well-behaved children sound like a teacher’s dream. But could this goal fall short of achieving something m... More
  4. Beyond Access: God's Delight in Disabilities
    Beyond Access: God's Delight in Disabilities

    John Knight

    This seminar explores specific references to disability in the Old and New Testaments that reveal God’s glory and purp... More
  5. Teaching to Reach the Heart
    Teaching to Reach the Heart

    Ian Fry

    Teaching truth is the first step to building children who are strong in the Lord. We also must aim our teaching to engag... More
  6. The Importance of Biblical Literacy for the Next Generation
    The Importance of Biblical Literacy for the Next Generation

    Jill Nelson

    We have the tremendous responsibility and privilege as parents and teachers of giving our children a thorough knowledge ... More
  7. Teaching Children and Youth to Stand Firm in a Hostile Culture
    Teaching Children and Youth to Stand Firm in a Hostile Culture

    Ron Rudd

    In this seminar, we look at our responsibility as parents and as the church in training our kids to be strong in faith a... More
  8. Catechism: Out of Date or a Tried and True Teaching Tool of Eternal Truths
    Catechism: Out of Date or a Tried and True Teaching Tool of Eternal Truths

    Sally Michael

    Studying a catechism with your child will encourage you both in critical thinking, discussion and investigation of the B... More
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