2018 Conference: The Future Of Christendom
At the Future of Christendom 2018 we want to provide a weekend for the entire family to enjoy. This children’s program is designed to give both parents a chance to enjoy fellowship and sound teaching while their children (ages 0-12) receive educational lessons and activities in a safe environment. Nursery attendants will have their childcare clearances and all lessons and activities will take place right near the main session ballroom.
View the Children’s Conference Schedule here.
Nursery & Playroom (ages 0-4)
Mothers can enjoy participating in the adult sessions while their young ones are being safely cared for in the room next door to the main sessions. The nursery will be equipped with toys and activities for babies and toddlers, as well as some planned, structured time for ages 3 & 4. All nursery attendants will have their child-care clearances.
Lesson Time (ages 5-12)
Can you make snow? Will pride cause you to stumble? What’s it like to be famous?
The children’s lesson time will focus on bearing the godly fruit of humility by acknowledging that everyone has different strengths, and that these are gifts from God. They will discuss recognizing their failings and need of God’s help and forgiveness, by apologizing to others, accepting advice, and graciously receiving compliments. They also will be challenged to address self-centeredness, self-righteousness, a know-it-all attitude and poor sportsmanship.
This lesson material is from Focus on the Family’s Kids of Integrity.
Activity Time (ages 5-12)
With adult supervision, the children will be participating in an assortment of structured outdoor (weather permitting) activity focused on team-building and having fun with one another.
Karate Lesson (ages 5-12)
Field’s Karate will be hosting a children’s Karate session for children at the conference and will include learning traditional Karate techniques, developing practical self-defense skills, enjoying Karate-themed developmental games, and a talk on when Karate may be used and how it can be used for Kingdom work.
Movie Night (all ages)
We will be screening the movie Swiss Family Robinson. It is a classic movie filmed in 1960 about a family that is shipwrecked on an island. There they use their resources and ingenuity to build a home, fight off wild animals, and defend themselves against bandits! The movie will begin right after the banquet dinner on Saturday evening and will have adult supervision. Parents are welcome to attend the movie with their children or go to the final main adult session.
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