Christians Engaged in Faith Formation

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As 2017 comes to a close CEF would like to thank all these who contributed to Forming Faith: The Weblog of Christians Engaged in Faith Formation this previous year. Your articles encouraged us to discover new ministry tips, kept us up to date on the newest books, and inspired us to be a curious.church. In case you missed them, we’ve highlighted a handful of posts under.

The Forming Faith weblog amplifies the voices of  faith formation leaders from about the nation. We invite clergy, employees, lay persons and volunteers involved in faith formation to contribute an post (or two!) for 2018. Please speak to C. Hides if you would like to be a component of the Forming Faith weblog. Recommendations are posted right here.

The Highlights:

Kathy Wadsley shared coloring calendars in English and Spanish for Lent and Advent. Appear for the 2018 Lenten calendar in late January.

Debbie Kolacki posed the query, Does Sunday college have a future?”

Lynne Smith presented methods of Nurturing Healthier Loved ones Relationships.

Author Traci Smith offered Tolerance: A Dwelling Activity

Intergenerational Faith Formation &amp worship emerged as a theme:

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Laura Stahl offered detailed directions for What to include things like in a worship activity center.

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Anglina Goldwell created an All Ages Pentecost Lesson.

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Laura Hollinger Antonelli presented the Story of an Intergenerational Worship Service

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Intergenerational Activities for Lent had been shared by Angelina Goldwell

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And the 2018 Conference Featured Line Up was released! Intergnerational Ministry professional John Roberto will be there,  will you? Register quickly for the finest price!

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