Parents and teachers play key roles in imparting values to children. Particularly in this day and age when so many factors can feed a child’s mind, parents and teachers need to be intentional in instilling the right values in their kids to pave the way for their positive growth and serve as a solid foundation for their character and relational development.
With this in mind, Church Strengthening Ministry presents Teach & Reach: Building Kids’ Formational Values. This seminar features two significant topics: Why Devotions for Kids Matter by Ms. Grace D. Chong and Ministering to Kids with Special Needs by Ms. Sheena Jade Manuel. This will be held on December 3, 2016, 8am to 3pm at the CSM Building, Pascor Drive, Sto. Niño, Parañaque City.
Grace D. Chong is a six-time Palanca awardee, two-time Gintong Aklat recipient, and the author of over 50 books in two genres: non-fiction (for adults) and fiction (for children). She has written a number of devotional books for kids and tweens. Her latest release, Twin Blessings: Grace D. Chong’s Devoseries, is a one-of-a-kind devotional and storybook rolled into one.
Sheena Jade Manuel is a Senior Education Program Specialist from the Department of Education (DepEd). She has seven years’ experience in teaching children with different special needs and a Master’s Degree in Special Education. She has facilitated the well-attended seminar on Ministering to Kids with Special Needs at CSM earlier this year and now enriches her topic by teaching how teachers can encourage their students to reach out to classmates with special needs.
This back-to-back learning event is recommended for all Christian parents and educators as it aims to help them become more effective in their teaching ministry by reaching the heart of their children and students.
The registration fee is P300, inclusive of handout, certificate and freebie for the first 50 registrants. You may avail of the early bird registration promo of P250 until November 25. To register, contact Cat Zuñiga at 852-7301 to 04 local 110, mobile no. 0908 329 4281/ 0908 921 2958 or email [email protected].