What Matters Now in Children’s Ministry Announcement!

Last year I got invited to be a part of something really special when I contributed to the FREE online book What Matters Now in Children’s Ministry. Then,  I got to participate in the Video Version when I posted a video version as the clock struck midnight on January 1st, 2011!

I love this FOCUS on “What Matters Now” in Children’s Ministry and am excited to see the creativity grow and expand – and so let me tell you about the NEXT BIG THING with this great movement by posting A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:

If you haven’t heard of What Matters Now in Children’s Ministry, where have you been? WMNCM exists to spark conversations among leaders in children’s ministry around the question, “What matters now in children’s ministry?” Over the past year and a half, WMNCM has gathered responses from over 40 leaders with a vested interest in children’s ministry and has offered them in an eBook, a published paperback and as a video conference. On Thursday, March 3, at Noon CST, WMNCM is revealing more about it’s plan for a global edition that will include contributions from at least 100 children’s ministry leaders from all over the world! There will also be a live chat with Matt Guevara, Amy Dolan and Henry Zonio until 1:00 p.m. CST! Additionally, WMNCM is offering 16 of the videos from the WMNCM video conference in one convenient package for only $40.

That’s over 2 hours of wisdom and insights from some of the thought leaders in children’s ministry for only $40 that you can use with your leadership teams and volunteers!
Check out this list of video contributors:
  • Greg Carlson
  • Liz Perraud
  • Rob Reinow
  • Denise Kjesbo
  • The Lads
  • Matt Guevara
  • David Wakerley
  • Amy Dolan
  • Gary Strudler
  • Sharon Sherbondy
  • Henry Zonio
  • Dan Scott
  • Karl Bastian
  • Ruben Meullenberg
  • Matt McKee
  • Dave Csinos
Don’t miss out! Head on over to http://cmwhatmatters.com
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