Core Skills for Family Ministry Paperback
Developing Key Skills for Church-Based Family Ministry
by Consultative Group on Ministry among Children (CGM;
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Practical user-friendly modular training course for children's & family work practitioners.Thought-provoking & interactive
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Core Skills for Family Ministry
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User-friendly modular training course for children's and family work practitioners.
Core Skills is an interdenominational modular scheme offering foundational training for all those involved with church-based family ministry. It offers six stand-alone sessions on:
Biblical, historical and contemporary understanding of family
Family ministry today
Seasons of family life
Role of family relationships
Family well-being and wholeness
Faith in families
All six modules have been thoroughly field-tested as two-hour training programmes in ecumenical pilot groups. Each module is creative, thought-provoking, interactive and designed to inspire and refresh children's and family workers at all levels of expertise and experience.
Core Skills for Family Ministry by Consultative Group on Ministry among Children (CGM was published by BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship) in August 2015 and is our 9190th best seller. The ISBN for Core Skills for Family Ministry is 9780857464316.
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Details for Core Skills for Family Ministry
|Author / Artist||Consultative Group on Ministry among Children (CGM|
|Publisher||BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship) (August 2015)|
|Number of Pages||80|
|Page last updated||14th January 2016|