Grow Ministries newsletter Grow Together is a quarterly printed resource aimed at equipping families with inspiration to take up their spiritual role as parents, grandparents and carers with eternity in mind.
As Michelle Anthony shares in her book 7 Family Ministry Essentials with Megan Marshman: ‘What you believe and where you aim your heart determine the direction and outcome of your entire life through eternity. Eternity is at stake for all of us, including parents that shepherd their children. What is more relevant than that?’
That’s why we are here! Grow Ministries exists to help provide support, resources and ideas for shepherding faith in your families, with your children and your grandchildren.
The articles in Grow Together are designed to equip parents to be spiritual leaders in their homes. Its content inspires households to create an intentional space where they can meet Jesus, as well as offering a range of practical ideas which also encourage faith.
Grow Together is short and sharp because we know families are busy, but we also know how a little bit of encouragement goes a long way. So be encouraged, be blessed and be inspired to read and think about the ways in which you could impact or transform your family life.
If you are interested in subscribing to the newsletter or distributing copies of Grow Together to the families in your church, please contact Leah Cronin, Assistant to the Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website www.growministries.org.au
We are so excited to be walking alongside you. Be blessed!
The team at Grow Ministries wants to serve you!
Grow Ministries is a one-stop shop for educating, equipping, empowering, supporting and resourcing local congregations as they help children and young people to grow into mature adults of faith. If you have an area of need or would like to share your stories, contact Grow Ministries:
p: 08 8267 7300
a: 197 Archer Street
North Adelaide SA 5006
Rachel Schilling is Grow Ministries’ Resource Curator and Congregation Mentor.
This feature story comes from The Lutheran August 2016. Visit the website to find out more about The Lutheran or to subscribe.