Workshops

I have limited availability to conduct onsite workshops and/or retreats. Contact me for availability and costs. A limited number of financial sponsorships for your workshop needs may be available.

Ninety minute workshops can be booked individually or any four combined to create a weekend retreat featuring six and a half hours of content. All workshops feature interactive, hands-on learning and provide participants with several resources.


How Can I Raise a Well-Discipled Child? Participants will learn how to disciple their children. Learn effective methods for raising children who are not only well behaved, but also possess godly attitudes. Participants will be given ideas, tips, and creative tools to help them disciple their children.

God at Home Participants will learn how parents can creatively and effectively make God the center of their home.

God at Church Participants will learn how to effectively use the parenting support available at their local church. Learn how to encourage your church to provide meaningful support for parents and to make sure your children are getting the maximum possible spiritual benefits during their time in church.

To Homeschool or Not to Homeschool Participants will learn the pros and cons of homeschooling their children. Learn the basics of having a successful godly homeschool and the possibilities it can provide for the spiritual, emotional, and intellectual growth of your children.

Why Does Noah Need Our Old Towels? Participants will learn how to increase meaning, spiritual growth, and creativity in their service projects. These enhanced service projects will not only be more productive, but also provide greater spiritual growth and future retention of participants.

How Can They Learn If They Won’t Sit Still? Participants will learn creative and effective classroom management skills. Learn how making small but meaningful changes in your classroom can increase learning, understanding, and application.

Is Popping Balloons Really Necessary? Participants will learn how to apply the educational best practices of experiential and project based learning in their church or faith-based program. Learn how to add fun and long term retention to lessons without compromising your learning goals.

Have I Got a Story For You! Participants will learn how to use the storytelling of Bible and faith stories to share their faith. Learn how to pass these skills on to teens and children as a way they can begin to share their faith.

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)