November 2021: Your November Resources are Here!
November has arrived along with new resources for you! This month on the blog and podcast, we share on the topic of What To Do When People *Come* To Your Church: Families, Volunteers, & Staff.
Family Ministry is unique as it has multiple facets within different ministries from preschool all the way up to college. So when a family decides to visit the church, there is an opportunity to connect on multiple levels. For members, we created a Welcome Kit for children and youth ministries, including gift ideas, email and text templates, and helpful tips.
We hope you enjoy this month’s content. As always, it’s our pleasure to partner with you.
~ The M2P Team
November’s Upcoming Digital Parent Resources
Podcast and Blog
WHAT TO DO WHEN PEOPLE *COME* TO YOUR CHURCH
What To Do When…
…Come to Your Church
Email List Freebies
Email freebies in November will be a Thanksgiving Devotional.
Online Parenting Videos: Youth and Kids Edition
New Families: How to Create a Community of Kindness
Your church can partner with parents in the community in a variety of ways to make a difference.
One way we know families can make an impact is through the small gesture of kindness to new families. Moving isn’t easy, and the “new” can be overwhelming with a “new” home, pediatricians, schools, church, and more.
In our parent video, we offer parents three creative ideas on how you can make a difference on the go in their everyday life. From PTO to neighborhood associations, they can create a community of kindness that will have a whole city talking.
WHAT IS IT?
the WELCOME kit instantly expands your parent ministry with a quick and easy go-to kit for families new to the Community, Church, and Christ. It includes, email templates, text templates, and graphics.
HOW TO USE IT?
Download the PDF to view the kits.
Download the graphics and Word document.
Open a new document.
Copy and paste a graphic then the copywriting from the Word document.
Edit the copywriting to fit your church.
How to Have Hard Conversations
“We need to talk.” Once a church leader hears these words, they can be the death sentence to a good night out with the family. For the rest of the night, they overuse their imagination deciphering every interaction possible to decode what could cause a “let’s talk” conversation. Sound familiar? In today’s coaching video, Elisabeth shares a simple, two-word solution to help any church leader ease their mind when it looks like a hard conversation is on the way.
Connect with your parents in less than five minutes!
Download & send these digital resources to your parents.
A PRAYER GUIDE FOR YOUR FAMILIES & 2 PARENT VIDEOS.