The Vision & Practice of 21st Century Faith Formation

Join Peggy Hahn for an exciting new training program for leaders in Christian congregations April 17-19, 2012 in HOUSTON at the Marriott Courtyard in the Galleria. 

By Peggy Hahn

Imagine the potential for churches that develop 21st century models of faith formation to respond to the spiritual and religious needs of all ages and generations. Imagine churches that provide faith formation for everyone, anytime, anywhere, 24x7x365.

The Vision and Practice of 21st Century Faith Formation is a three-day interactive educational program for pastors, faith formation leaders, and staff in all Christian congregations.

  • Understand the new context of faith formation and the diverse religious and spiritual needs of all generations Understand the emerging vision of 21st century faith formation
  • Envision faith formation in the “Age of Networks” and learn how to create a Lifelong Faith Formation Network for the 21st century
  • Discover a variety of 21st century approaches and resources for faith formation in the congregation, at home, and online Learn how to use the new digital media and web technologies in faith formation
  • Develop the skills for curating religious content and experiences for all ages and generations

Click here for more information, including training details and presenters.

We’ve set up a group registration account with VFM.  If you are interested in joining our “Team” (registration $195 + $50 for lunch/breaks) just complete this registration form and scan, fax or snail mail to Sally at the synod office by Monday, March 12.

Let Peggy know if you need a place to stay in Houston.  Let’s go as a synod to this conference!

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