NOTHING LESS THAN A WHOLE BIBLE CAN MAKE A WHOLE CHRISTIAN.
- A.W. Tozer
As ministry leaders, we must be rooted in Scripture. ETCH attendees will leave Music City Center with a renewed passion and excitement for God-breathed words. With insightful content and engaging speakers, ETCH Family Ministry Conference will dive into what it means to root our activities, decisions, and strategies in Scripture and lead our ministries based on the Word, and nothing less.
David and Sissy are so honored and excited to be leading some breakout sessions at this year's ETCH conference. You can find more info and register for the event here!
Melissa Trevathan, David Thomas, and Sissy Goff present "Are My Kids on Track?"
From birth to adulthood, our children's physical and intellectual development is carefully tracked and charted. But what about their hearts? After all, how our children develop emotionally, socially, and spiritually will determine who they become as husbands and wives, fathers and mothers, friends and co-workers.
Are My Kids on Track? helps you identify and measure emotional, social, and spiritual milestones in your children's lives. Moreover, you will discover practical ways to guide your kids through any stumbling blocks they might encounter and help them reach the appropriate landmarks. Along the way, David, Sissy and Melissa pinpoint the different ways boys and girls develop, so you can help your child flourish in his or her own way.
Filled with decades of experience from three practicing counselors, this seminar will provide you with valuable, practical and relatable information to make sure your child is growing not just in body, but in heart. Join us for a time to be equipped in truth, encouraged in love...and to laugh at least a little along the way.
Parenting Event with David Thomas and Sissy Goff
The following topics will be presented:
Modern Parents Vintage Values, Emotions & Young Children, The Back Door to Your Teen's Heart, How to Talk to Your Kids about Sex, The Hopeful Parent, and Taming the Tech Monster