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When you walk along the road. When you sit in your house. When you lie down. When you get up. Deuteronomy 6 describes the everyday opportunities to disciple our families. Discipleship is not an event—it’s a way of life. It is built on disciplined, oft-repeated routines, woven into the fabric of everyday living increasing the children’s stickability of those daily disciplines into adulthood to share with the next generation. God’s plan emphasized everyday teachable moments as we share our faith with our families and others. Churches partner with parents and adult mentors to have intentional faith conversations with children and step into each opportunity to connect with the hearts of another generation. Together, churches and families, let’s focus on discipleship every day!
Saturday, March 9 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
212 Upper Level: Timely Topics: Anxiety, Gender Identity, and Home Discipleship

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These three topics are affecting everything about how you lead your children's ministries. In this breakout, Melanie Hester, the Awana director of discipleship engagement, offers a safe space for honest discussion. Learn how these three topics are related, what's fueling the intensity behind them, and big-picture ideas for navigating this delicate space with families.

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Melanie Hester

Director of Discipleship Engagement, Awana
Melanie Hester serves as the director of discipleship engagement at Awana. A passionate disciplemaker of children, she holds a bachelor's degree in elementary education and most recently became an executive leadership coach to help children's ministry leaders. She is a wife and mom... Read More →


Saturday March 9, 2024 1:30pm - 2:20pm AKST
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