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Reaching Forward with ReFocus in 2015

I am so excited about the direction God is taking ReFocus Ministry and wanted to share with all of you the wonderful opportunities that have opened up.

Since this blog began less than two months ago, nearly 2,000 people have viewed it and close to 90 have shared the posts.  I can sense the excitement and anticipation of fellow ministers and parents as we move our focus for faith formation and discipleship back on the home.  For more about why that is important, click here.cmblogogreen

I was recently given the chance to join the team at to share my unique perspective on ministry from a family-focused and transitional standpoint.  My first article, Why you shold STOP working on Sundays was published today and is geared towards those of us currently working in ministry.

Over the next few weeks, ReFocus will be joining with a few other teams of bloggers to help launch some great new books and spread the word about some wonderful conferences and training opportunities for those interested in children’s and family ministries.  Keep an eye out, especially if you are currently serving in this context.

I am blessed and excited to share how we are growing and reaching forward.  I hope that you have had the chance to explore our articles and resources here and have found some helpful tools and encouragement as you serve families at church and as you disciple your kids at home.  If you have not done so, be sure to “like” our Facebook page for even more articles and resources for your home and church and follow on Twitter @EmbreeChristina.

If you have any ideas, resources, thoughts, ideas, or opinions about family ministry, discipleship of kids, or faith formation at home, I’d love to hear from you.

Blessings for 2015 and thank you for joining me as we ReFocus together!

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