KidMin 2014 | Columbus, OH, September 26-29, 2014

Core Values of KidMin

Every session, every training opportunity, everything about our time together is about you walking away with deeper learning, authentic conversations, and renewed passion. These 4 ACTS OF LOVE—radical hospitality, fearless conversation, genuine humility, and divine anticipation—will make your church irresistible because Jesus is irresistible. They really work, and we can honestly say we’ve witnessed the water flow in the desert countless times, week after week, for the last few years.…

 

 

Radical Hospitality

Radical Hospitality

Radical Hospitality is seeking to understand, authentically welcoming others and being glad to be with them, caring curiosity, being a friend even though it’s not your ‘job’, accepting, no matter what, profoundly relational, and something that takes time, unnerving, surprising, and messy.

Fearless Conversations

Fearless Conversations

Fearless Conversations is seeking to understand, listening, really listening, before speaking, asking great questions, asking ‘wondering’ questions, allowing others to talk—even in a sermon or Bible study, using pair shares, offering nonjudgmental responses, trusting the Holy Spirit and believing that God is on our side.

Genuine Humility

Genuine Humility

Genuine Humility is radically relational, open to learning from others with different beliefs, open to learning from people of different ages, admitting mistakes, free from churchy, insider language, putting people first, communicating directly. 

Divine Anticipation

Divine Anticipation

Divine Anticipation is realizing God is actively involved—all the time, grasping God’s power, accepting there are things we can’t explain, trusting the Holy Spirit, being relevant- and realizing that God is relevant to everyone, expecting God to show up, trusting that God will do what only God can do, telling others—in an authentic, natural way—what God is doing in our own lives and in the lives of others, allowing people to express their faith in their own ways.

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