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What is the best way to train children in the way of Jesus in families today?

What is the best way to train children in the way of Jesus in families today?

Melissa Lee has been overseeing CTCI’s children’s ministry for 26 years. Find out how Jesus is working in children’s lives during our Train to Reign Program.

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Train to Reign

Family is the most vital relationship and the one under the most pressure and attack.

Throughout the year, we welcome individuals, couples, and families from around the world who are seeking to strengthen their relationships – with God, within their own families, and with their fellow believers. Every session, individuals, couples, and families from around the world are transformed, healed, and renewed. Barriers to forgiveness, personal growth, and hope are overcome in a supportive and intimate environment. Join us in this safe and holy place where painful and complex situations can be worked through – a place of hope and healing.

Learn more here.

Teaching topics include:

  • The Plan of God for Family
  • Duty vs Intimacy
  • Fatherhood
  • Communication
  • Covering
  • Resolving Conflict
  • Defeating Parenting Fears
  • Discipline
  • …and more!

Train to Reign (Update video)

Couples share about their experiences during the Train to Reign Family Program – a two-week course designed to teach practical skills in relationship building and parenting.
To learn more about the Train to Reign Program, click here.

 

Turning the Ordinary into the extraordinary (9/9)

In this series, CTCI Director Larry Pons gives practical steps and humorous insights into how to raise children in Godliness and maturity, and how take them from the ordinary into the extraordinary life that God has for them.

Turning the Ordinary into the extraordinary (8/9)

In this series, CTCI Director Larry Pons gives practical steps and humorous insights into how to raise children in Godliness and maturity, and how take them from the ordinary into the extraordinary life that God has for them.

Turning the Ordinary into the extraordinary (7/9)

In this series, CTCI Director Larry Pons gives practical steps and humorous insights into how to raise children in Godliness and maturity, and how take them from the ordinary into the extraordinary life that God has for them.

Turning the Ordinary into the extraordinary (6/9)

In this series, CTCI Director Larry Pons gives practical steps and humorous insights into how to raise children in Godliness and maturity, and how take them from the ordinary into the extraordinary life that God has for them.

Turning the Ordinary into the extraordinary (5/9)

In this series, CTCI Director Larry Pons gives practical steps and humorous insights into how to raise children in Godliness and maturity, and how take them from the ordinary into the extraordinary life that God has for them.

Turning the Ordinary into the extraordinary (4/9)

In this series, CTCI Director Larry Pons gives practical steps and humorous insights into how to raise children in Godliness and maturity, and how take them from the ordinary into the extraordinary life that God has for them.

Turning the Ordinary into the extraordinary (3/9)

In this series, CTCI Director Larry Pons gives practical steps and humorous insights into how to raise children in Godliness and maturity, and how take them from the ordinary into the extraordinary life that God has for them.

Turning the Ordinary into the extraordinary (2/9)

In this series, CTCI Director Larry Pons gives practical steps and humorous insights into how to raise children in Godliness and maturity, and how take them from the ordinary into the extraordinary life that God has for them.

Turning the Ordinary into the extraordinary

In this series, CTCI Director Larry Pons gives practical steps and humorous insights into how to raise children in Godliness and maturity, and how take them from the ordinary into the extraordinary life that God has for them.

TIPS FOR SPEAKING TO CHILDREN

I have been so blessed these past twenty plus years to work with children of all ages and from different nations, here at The Inn. I have worked with children in one way or another since I stopped being a child myself! I want to share with you over the course of the next weeks some tips that I believe will help as you work with children. So, here you go. Three tips for today! These are not in any particular order, nor are they by any means exclusive.

3 TIPS FOR SPEAKING TO CHILDREN

1.BE AS VISUAL AS YOU CAN BE:

Don’t just stand there and talk! Use as many visual illustrations as you can. Children love visual aids and will remember much better what you are talking about if you use them.