Christian Service Project Survey – I Need Your Input

Christian Service Project Survey - Parenting Like Hannah

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In the next few months, Lord willing, you will have a lot of new resources at your fingertips to help you dedicate your children to God. I don’t want to ruin the surprise by revealing too much now, but I think you will be excited to see everything we will have to help you on your journey. The best part? Everything will be free! We have seen this as a ministry to moms all over the world and now with the expansion we hope to help others who are reaching the children of the world for God.

Right now I desperately need your help! Part of this journey to expand the ministry has led to me leading a workshop at a major service conference in June. I am attempting to do a little informal research to augment the formal research I have found.

Can you please take about two minutes of your time and answer a few questions about the last service experience you had with a faith based organization? It could be Church, para-church, recovery program, children’s home – anything that welcomes God as a part of its mission.

There are only ten questions and most of them are multiple choice (the rest very short answer). (Please note: Terminology varies among Christians. I used the term “denomination” to help me see if there are any patterns in training. If you are non-denominational, please write the name of your Church, leaving out any place identifiers if you wish.)

If you complete the Service Training Survey and wish to be one of the first to know when our new site goes live, feel free to put your email address and “let me know about new site” in answer number ten. We won’t connect you with your answers, as all of the surveys will be combined to give the workshop attendees a large overview.

Thanks so much for your help. I can’t wait to share the new resources with you in the coming months!

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Fix these words of mine in your hearts and minds; tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Teach them to your children, talking about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. (Deuteronomy 11:18-19 NIV)