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Lifeway’s Kids Ministry Conference – Win a Free Pass!

August 8, 2011

Lifeway has graciously offered the readers of this blog the chance to win a FREE pass to their DREAM BIG Kidsministry Conference October 10th – 12th, 2011 (a $250 savings!).  Come and learn the most current, cutting-edge developments in childrens ministry—music, curriculum, research, trends, and more.  With over 50 dynamic workshops—your toughest decision will be narrowing your selections down to 10.  Hear from the Duggar Family, Ed Stetzer, Angie Smith, Jon Acuff, Tim Elmore, Pete Wilson, and Michael Kelley. Participate in energizing worship with Dove Award® nominee Dave Hunt.

The Early bird conference is only $35 for Monday, October 10th and includes tours of 3 Nashville churches.  You can register at lifeway.com/kidsministryconference.

I’ll be teaching the following 4 workshops myself:

  • “Birthing” a Cradle Care Ministry
  • Special Needs:  Equipping Kids Ministry Volunteers with Teaching Tools & Behavior Management Techniques
  • Special Needs:  Supporting the Family Through the Diagnosis
  • Special Needs:  Q&A
Checkout this short video I made for Lifeway that offers more information about the workshops I’ll be leading:  

Want to win a FREE $250 Conference Pass? *

  1. Become a subscriber of The Inclusive Church Blog.  If you already subscribe, you’re good to go.
  2. Tell us in 350 words or less why you (or someone you nominate) deserves to win a free pass to the Lifeway Kids Ministry Conference.  Email your entry to amy@theinclusivechurch.com.  Submissions must be received no later than Thursday, August 11th at 12:00 pm NOON Eastern.
  3. The Lifeway team and yours truly (Amy Fenton Lee) will review the entries and announce a winner on The Inclusive Church’s Facebook Page on Friday, August 12th.  Don’t worry if you aren’t a great writer with your submission.  Your submission will not be published.  We’re looking for someone with a big heart for children’s ministry and special needs inclusion.  We want to arm a deserving person with the information they need to help their home church and impact the lives of children.  To see who won the contest, click here.

* Make sure that you or the person you nominate is able to cover any related travel & lodging expenses.  

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Did you know that Lifeway provides a children’s ministry curriculum especially designed for special needs environments?  Check out the earlier review of Lifeway’s Special Buddies Curriculum.

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5 Comments
  1. I subscribe in an odd way – I have The Inclusive Church on the sidebar of my blog in the list of blogs I follow – does that count?

    http://www.notnewtoautism.blogspot.com

  2. Kyla permalink

    Will you (Amy Fenton Lee) be accompanying the Lifeway PreConference church tours to highlight the inclusive elements?

  3. Kyla – I spoke to the Lifeway folks last week and right now I’m on the wait-list to attend the PreConference tours (they are already completely booked up).

    But…I won’t be able to highlight the inclusive situations because I haven’t interviewed these churches and am not familiar with their inclusion practices. And generally speaking the building tour may give us only a few clues. The best way to see how special needs is worked into church programming (and how inclusion works) would be through onsite observation when church is going on.

    I hope to meet you at the conference! I’m on the countdown!

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