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Congratulations, you've survived!

Sometimes festivals and events are just exhausting, even 'at home' ones! But you did it.

Our hope is not only that our children and teens will have a wonderful time, but that they will meet with God and grow in their individual knowledge and experience of him. And many of them do, either in very obvious or more subtle ways.

How do we keep the momentum of what our children have gained throughout online festivals and events? How do we help them not to lose all they have gained?

We wanted to offer you some free resources to help you as you figure out what this looks like in your family back in the normal, everyday bits of life.

Our gifts to you...

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A bonus podcast episode

This bonus podcast episode gets practical about the days and weeks after a Christian camp or event and will give you ideas for how to build on what happened there. It was recorded when we were allowed to meet in person for festivals so do just keep that in mind!

If you like it, why not subscribe to our weekly podcast for parents and carers. If you prefer to read rather than listen, head here.

Key Tools

Five Key Tools

So often, we want to help our child or teen connect with God but we're not sure how to do it. These tools will equip you with things to try to figure out what that might look like in your family.

Each tool has a one minute video with an example, ideas of how to use it and answers to common questions. If you want to learn more about these, you can also watch the Parenting for Faith course videos or check out Rachel Turner's books.

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An invitation to our next online event

We know it can be tricky to get out to training events, so we come to you by providing free, online events. 

On the teenth Monday of every month, we offer age specific input to help you carry on growing faith at home. We would love you to join us as we explore how to help your child or teen find a place to serve.

If you're busy that night, you can catch up via our Facebook page or on our website.