Check out the list below to see the workshops offered by the FFM team. Contact your Regional Catalyzer or email us at email@example.com for more information.
The Building Blocks of Faith: Four Needs Your Church Must Meet
What do people of all ages need in order for their faith to grow? This workshop identifies four simple spiritual needs that children, teens, and adults share. Understanding these four needs can have a life-changing impact on ALL your church’s ministries.
Faith at Home: Supporting Families on Their Spiritual Journey
Research points to parents as the most significant religious influence in the faith lives of kids. But are we equipping and encouraging families well? In this session we’ll focus on key ways to support families and look at top resources for doing so.
Growing Young: Six Essential Strategies to Help Young People Discover and Love Your Church
The Fuller Youth Institute’s 2016 book Growing Young profiles innovative churches that are engaging 15- to 29-year-olds and as a result are growing—spiritually, emotionally, missionally, and numerically—in a way that breathes life into the whole church. This workshop introduces six strategies to help your church begin “growing young.”
Telling Our Faith Stories
Sharing stories of God at work in our lives deepens the faith of those who tell the stories and those who hear them. This workshop will explore ways to help your church become a community where storytelling is a deep, rich, natural pathway to a growing faith.
Understanding Congregational Culture
Churches whose leaders want to enact deep, lasting change are often met by resistance, fear, and a sense of loss. Before making changes in your church, it’s important to understand how your congregation’s culture develops and grows. In this workshop participants learn to use a variety of lenses and tools to describe their congregational culture and navigate change within that context.
Psalm 92 Congregations: Discipleship in the “Third Third” of Life
The average lifespan is increasing while congregations in general are aging. How might we honor these realities by becoming Psalm 92 congregations among whom the Lord’s people “bear fruit in old age; they are ever full of sap and green?” (Ps. 92:14)
Faith Formation Fundamentals That Can Transform a Congregation
“Faith formation” sounds like a great thing, but it’s hard to pin down. What are the fundamentals of faith formation, and what congregational practices honor those fundamentals well?
Shaping the Heart: Reflections on Personal Faith Life
How do we mature in faith? How does the intersection between God’s leading and our faithful response work? How might we become more more intentional in “working out our own salvation with fear and trembling, as the Lord works within” (Phil. 2:12-13)?