STUDENT QUESTIONNAIRE FOR FAMILY MINISTRY

If you missed it yesterday I posted a team building worksheet that you can use with your family ministry team to help you discover how you can see the needs of the family better. I also shared with you that this week I’m writing about the Orange Conference that’s coming up in 2011.

Part of the philosophy behind the Orange Conference is to enable leaders with resources, encouragement, and training on how they can partner with families in their community and in their program to reach their God potential for their lives.

Thinking about the pain, brokenness, and condition of the families we serve is part of the first step. Along that way we learn together about how we can move the family forward in their God potential and help them as they discover what that looks like.

As youth leaders we are always challenged with not only helping students take the next step but also creating a desire for them to take it. Motivation is what I’m trying to say. This worksheet I have that you can download is a tool to help generate discussion or even to figure out what the pulse of the home is from your student’s perspective.

DOWNLOAD THE STUDENT QUESTIONNAIRE FOR FAMILY MINISTRY

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