During this very practical, hands-on event, I will be speaking along with Answers Bible Curriculum specialist Bryan Osborne; biologist Dr. David Menton; and Ruth Carter, the director of many of the children’s programs and workshops here at the Creation Museum. In addition to these AiG speakers, you will hear from Ryan Frank and Tina Houser of KidzMatters, as well as the always-entertaining John Swomley of the child evangelism ministry JandY Ministries.
Ruth Carter shared a sneak peek into her talk—just one of the many practical presentations you’ll hear during this conference:
I’m so excited to share with you again at our Children’s Ministry Conference at the Creation Museum on March 10–11, 2017!
Sometimes our best learning can take place from the mistakes of others who have preceded us in our fields of ministry, so I’ve decided to share just that. If I had the opportunity to start my children’s ministry career again, what would be my top “do-overs”? This is really quite humbling, but I’ve chosen to be honest and transparent with you about places where I have stumbled, in order to help you be more successful.
Each conference ticket also includes free admission to the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter, 20% off Creation Museum and Ark Encounter admission for accompanying spouse and dependent children, lunch both days, and a 20% discount on resources.
I encourage pastors to send the children’s ministry workers on their teams to this event. You won’t want to miss it! Learn more, see a full schedule, and register on the events page of our website.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.