#MennoCon19 Equipping Seminars
As we begin to work on seminars we’d like your help. Each of you (or your organization) has ideas for how to equip our convention participants as disciples of Jesus and leaders in the church. We are especially looking for seminars that train congregational leaders, teach Christian practices and help us become aware of the activities and influences that shape us to be more (or less!) like Jesus. We’d like to hear your ideas. What skills can you teach? How can you help with faith formation in real and concrete ways? In what ways can you help train leaders in the church?
Please submit a separate entry for each idea.
My name is:
The title for this equipping seminar is:
The description for this equipping seminar is:
Please select the category that your suggestion best fits:
Children & Family Ministry
Ministry to/for Men
Ministry to/for Women
Peace & Justice
Undoing Racism/Intercultural Competence
Indicate which audience this is focused on:
Intergenerational (youth and adults together)
This equipping seminar best fits these criteria:
Equip youth and adults to embody a holistic witness to the life, death and resurrection of Jesus in their daily lives
Equip youth and adults for formative Christian practices such as Bible study, prayer, worship, hospitality, peacemaking , testimony and nonviolence
Equip youth and adults to discern a common way of life as a contrast society
Equip participants with specific skills needed for leadership roles in congregations, both lay leaders and credentialed
Aligns with the vision of Mennonite Church USA and the Journey Forward Renewed Commitments
An interactive learning experience that introduces practical tools, skills, habits or frameworks that participants can take home and put into practice
Appeals to multiple constituencies within Mennonite Church USA
Led by a person with expertise in the topic
Can be presented in Spanish
Here is the person(s) I would like to suggest as leader(s) for this equipping session (if you are suggesting someone other than yourself please make sure it is OK with them first):
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