Training Conferences for Children & Adults

Kids in Ministry International Training Conferences for Children & Adults

What We Do at Kids in Ministry International

Becky is available to speak at your events and conferences of your choosing. But if you are looking for ideas of what she offers, you may consider the following options:

1.  Supernatural Children’s Ministry Leadership Training: Six to eight hours of intense training for church children’s ministry teams to learn how to take their children to new levels in their walk with God. These sessions are revolutionary and are focused on how to create a children’s ministry where kids learn to walk in the supernatural power of God.

2. Revolutionary Parenting Weekends: Guiding parents to help them know how to properly raise their children to be devoted, passionate followers of Christ at home. They learn to become the primary spiritual trainers of their children.

3. Family Conferences: Dynamic conferences for the whole family to encounter God’s Word and His presence as a family. PLEASE NOTE: Becky does not minister to children only. We have a firm conviction that parents and children need to be experience these Holy Spirit encounters together as a whole family.

Below each of these events are described in more detail. If you would be interested in scheduling Becky Fischer for one or more of these events, download this Ministry Request Form and send it to Kids in Ministry International via mail or email.

Children’s Ministry Leadership Training

adult conferencesThis is a Friday night (Friday is optional), and all day Saturday training your children’s ministry volunteers on how to revolutionized your church’s children’s ministry department. It ends on Sunday morning with a message to the parents in the adult service. We take an in-depth look at traditional programs, what is working and what is not working, and why.

We discuss what it takes to make an effective, spirit-led, ministry that causes children to walk in the power of God. Our purpose is to change the direction from Bible stories alone to teaching your team to actually disciple children into an active role as followers of Christ. The weekend is based on Becky Fischer’s cutting edge book called Redefining Children’s Ministry in the 21st Century. Invite Becky to train your children’s ministry leaders by clicking here.

Revolutionary Parenting Weekends

KOL Conference Day 1 101Friday night (Friday is optional), all day Saturday, and Sunday morning focusing what Christian parents can do to become the primary spiritual disciplers of their children. Parenting is hard work with no guarantees. But for Christian parents there is no obligation that has greater significance than parenting.  The responsibility for raising spiritual champions, according to the Bible, belongs to parents. The spiritual nurture of children is supposed to take place in the home. The church at best can only be their partner. How can parents and the church work together to radical change today’s children and youth into engaged, committed, spiritual champions? These sessions offer biblical principles and concept for families to blend into their individual family culture. Invite Becky to train your church parents by clicking here.


Family Conferences

becky priest.smallWe believe there are times when children and parents need to learn and worship together in an atmosphere mixed with fun yet bathed in the presence of the Holy Spirit. Our two-day family conferences are completely unique. Parents must attend with their children. They need to see their children responding to the anointing of God and learning truths normally considered too deep for kids.

Please note: Becky does not accept invitations to events where she is asked to minister to children only, with the exception of kids’ camps. Also note, Becky is not a youth minister, and does not accept invitations to speak to teens only. Teens are welcome to attend the family conferences, and they will learn a great deal. But they need to know the sermons will be aimed at children ages 6 to 12. Preschoolers must be accompanied by parents or care-givers at all times. No exceptions.


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