Starting and Strengthening Your Early Childhood Ministry

By March 2, 2017Uncategorized

Don’t tell anyone, but Early Childhood Ministry people are my favorites. They run on Jesus, coffee, and Goldfish, and they’re leading the littlest ones to Him in beautiful (very much behind-the-scenes) ways. Not only that, but they are also one of the primary influencers of whether or not new families are returning next Sunday.

These young parents are touched when their babies and toddlers are loved. They desire for their babies and toddlers to experience Bible stories and faith practices in meaningful ways, but many young parents just don’t know where to start. An early childhood ministry that provides a faithful foundation for little ones and a supportive community for parents can have untold impact.

Whether you are just starting to consider early childhood ministry possibilities or your existing program is thriving, we invite you to join us on Wednesday, March 8, at 12:00 pm CST for a FREE webinar with Dawn Rundman that is just for you!

Dawn is Director of Congregational Development at Sparkhouse, founder of her congregation’s Lambs early childhood ministry, and a frequent presenter on the intersections between early brain development and faith formation. Dawn holds a Ph.D. in developmental psychology and lives in the Twin Cities with her husband/prom date Jonathan and their two children.

In our time together, Dawn will combine foundational understandings of theology and child development with practical strategies to design an effective early childhood ministry. She’ll also include a closer look at Sparkhouse’s Frolic family of early childhood resources for churches and families.

Save your seat today for this free webinar! 

About Michayla White

As the Interim Executive Director for INCM, Michayla oversees the ministry of INCM and provides guidance for initiatives that inspire and equip the kidmin community. For the past eleven years, she has had the privilege of serving in children’s and family ministry. Prior to joining INCM, she served at a non-profit children's ministry organization in various capacities like media production, digital strategy, conferences, partnerships, and ministry program design. She has also enjoyed consulting for ministry friends and organizations. Michayla has a Bachelor’s in Psychology with specializations in Christian Counseling and Life Coaching from Liberty University. Her passion for children’s ministry started in middle school, and she was always involved in all aspects of her church’s children’s ministry. These experiences solidified a burning passion in her heart to serve those who serve children and families. Michayla married her best friend and childhood sweetheart. They are having a blast raising two little boys.

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