'Getting Your Kids through Church without them Ending up Hating God'


Care for the Family are holding an event 'Getting Your Kids through Church without them Ending up Hating God' on Thursday 9th May 2013 in St Macartin's Cathedral Hall, Enniskillen from 7.30 - 10.00pm (doors open at 6.45pm). Featuring Rob Parsons with worship led by Abi Williams.

Why You Should Come
Every year, thousands of young people leave the church and for many of us, this is a personal concern. However, many of them don't actually turn their back on God, but on something else.

This event is an opportunity for parents, church leaders and youth workers to join together as we discover what that "something' might be - and try to change it.

Topics include:
God has no grandchildren - how children find a faith of their own
The jelly-mould syndrome - there is no "one size fits all"
Facing up to "the Big Five" - the main killers of faith
Creating a sense of belonging - making sure our kids feel they fit in
Giving our children a vision
Handling the three disappointments that come to all of us

International speaker and best-selling author, Rob Parsons has brought insight and inspiration to thousands of families since founding Care for the Family. With passion and humour, Rob will help us understand what we can change in our homes, our churches - our hearts - which will make it less likely that a generation will be lost to the church.

Abi Williams has been leading worship for over 15 years in her home church and has had the privilege of leading worship in other churches and conferences throughout the UK. She has written a worship programme for young worship leaders and is passionate about seeing them develop their gifts. Abi will help us seek God's heart through music and worship.

There will be an opportunity to browse through a wide range of relevant resources and information in our resources area.

Tickets: 5. To book go to; tel 028 9262 8050 or available at the Real Life Bookshop, 8 Dublin Road, Enniskillen

Care for the Family has been supporting and encouraging families in the UK since 1988 through training courses, seminars, resources and other initiatives.