During the week of August 2-7, my husband Luke and I were able to present a seminar for attendees at Roxbury Holiness Camp in Pennsylvania.
The theme for the week was “Transformed” and we focused on Transformational Homes, founded on holy marriages, built with discipleship and intentionality in parenting, and completed with a purposeful living of life together that welcomes Jesus into the everyday.
We had a wonderful time with each session and all of the conversations, prayer, and discussions before and after. Below you will find links to notes for each of our sessions as well as our resources and research.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Strong marriages provide foundations for strong homes. When we nurture the relationship with our spouse, we can transform our home from the top down. Whether you’ve been married for years just starting out, or plan to be married one day, this workshop was a chance to explore practical ways to keep Christ at the very center of your relationship.
Living life together brings times of great joy and times of intense struggle. Experiencing Christ together in all of those moments will lead to a faith that “sticks.” This session focused on tangible ways that your family can share in faith formation together.
The books we used in our sessions and had available to view are available under our Resources for Parents and Resources for Ministers “Books” tab or by clicking each link.
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About the presenters
Luke and Christina Embree are parents to three wonderful kids and following God’s calling to full-time ministry. Luke, a pastor with the Brethren in Christ denomination, is currently completing his Master’s of Divinity at Asbury Theological Seminary. Christina currently serves as a family minister at Nicholasville UMC is passionate about seeing churches partnering with families to encourage faith formation at home and equipping parents to disciple their kids in the faith. Currently studying Family, Youth and Children’s Ministry at Wesley Seminary, she also blogs at www.refocusministry.org and is a contributing blogger at ChildrensMinistryBlog.com, Seedbed, and D6 Family.
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