Sunday School Seminar featuring DiscipleKids

Post by: admin - September 22, 2017


Schedule (choose only one among the following dates):

  • November 18, 2017
  • December 9, 2017
  • December 16, 2017
  • January 13, 2018

Time: 8am to 4pm

Venue: CSM Building, Pascor Drive, Sto. Niño, Parañaque City



  • The importance of discipling children
  • Making Sunday school exciting with arts and crafts
  • The role of songs and games in child learning
  • Creative ways to tell Bible stories

How to register (for CSM schedule and venue only):

1. Deposit your payment to BDO Current Account # 6330-0639-73 under the Account name: Church Strengthening Ministry, Inc.

Registration Fee: P 250 per participant

Early Bird Registration Promo: P 200 per participant (until October 27, 2017 only)

Registration is inclusive of handouts.

2. Send a copy of your deposit slip via fax at (02) 851-0170 or email at with the following details: name of participant/s, church name, contact number, email address.

3. You will receive a confirmation of your registration.

Contact details:

For inquiries & registration details, contact Cat Santos at 852-7301 to 04 local 110 or 0908-8937016, email:

As we introduce our new focus and theme for the coming Sunday school workshops, we encourage you to read these FAQ and discover a deeper meaning in discipling children.


Because children are an important part of God’s kingdom.

Jesus wants His followers to help instead of hinder children from coming to Him (Mark 9:37; Luke 18:16-17).

God receives praise from little children (Matthew 21:16).

In the OT, children are included in the corporate worship, prayer, and repentance of God’s people (Ezra 10:1; Nehemiah 8:1-3). In the NT, Jesus blessed children, made them an example for His disciples, defended their right to praise Him, warned adults against causing them to sin, and declared that the kingdom of heaven belongs to them (Matthew 18:2-6; 19:14; 21:15-16; Mark 10:16).

Because parents (adults) are commanded to disciple their kids (the next generation).

Parents are to make use of every opportunity to teach their children to love God and obey His commands (Deuteronomy 6:6-9; Ephesians 6:4).

Because the church needs to teach/equip parents to disciple their own kids.

In the OT, God commanded Moses and Joshua to institute rituals that would cause children to ask questions and give parents an opportunity to tell them about what the Lord has done for His people (Exodus 12:25-27; Joshua 4:6-7, 21-24).

Because discipling kids while they are young bears fruit that lasts.

Teach kids to obey the Lord in their formative years and they will be more likely to keep doing so when they are grown. Timothy is a good example of this. As a child, he was taught in the faith by his mother and grandmother, and as a youth he was trained by the Apostle Paul to serve Christ (Proverbs 22:6; 2 Timothy 4:14-15).


Because we should be intentional in our teaching.

The Lord Jesus has commanded us to make disciples and teach them to obey all His commands. Disciples—children included—must be taught from the Scriptures to grow deep roots in Christ, build their lives on Him, and become stronger in their faith. They must be taught the truth, rebuked in their errors, corrected for their faults, trained for right living, and equipped to do good deeds so that they can serve God with character and competence (Matthew 28:20; Colossians 2:6-7; 3:16; 2 Timothy 3:16-17).


It is a handy tool to help teachers level up their Sunday school kids through six months of intentional disciplemaking. Parents who want to be hands-on in discipling their own kids can also use this material at home!

DiscipleKids: Training the Next Generation to Follow Jesus (NOW AVAILABLE!) has 24 lessons you can use to lay a solid foundation for children’s faith. The lessons are divided into four themes that teach kids to

  1. discover their purpose in God’s kingdom,
  2. put on the full armor of God and win over temptations,
  3. fight unseen spiritual foes by becoming prayer warriors, and
  4. be ready to travel on mission and bring the gospel to people of other nations.

DiscipleKids uses action songs, games, crafts, creative Bible storytelling methods and other multisensory techniques to help kids with different learning styles and abilities relate to the lessons, process biblical truths, retain them longer, and be able to apply and share what they learn. It also contains insights and tips to help the teacher/parent understand kids better, adjust their teaching approach to allow for special needs, and effectively model what they teach.

DiscipleKids also comes with a training workshop that will help you become a certified kid discipler who equips kids for a lifetime of following Jesus!

 Sunday School Seminar featuring DiscipleKids


Updated as of November 17, 2017


4 thoughts on “Sunday School Seminar featuring DiscipleKids

  1. cyril

    hi CSM slamt sa workshop nto 🙂 nag aabang kc aq madalasa s mga seminars nyo kaso dti hndi nag ffit sa bakasyon ko sa pinas..but now God made a perfect way pra maka aatend nko ds time sa sunday school workshop nyo:) just wanna know anu pong oras ito??? slamt:) we will surely register sa workshop po n ito:) GOD BLESS CSM!!!!

    1. admin Post author

      Hi Cyril. Thanks for your interest. The seminar will start at 8am until 4pm. Also added this detail on the post. God bless you, too!

  2. Hazel Lozada

    Hi CSM, is the workshop spread into 4 days ? Or is it a one-day event repeated over 4 days?
    If so, is the 200/250 fee for each day? Or is it multiplied by 4?

    Thank you!

    1. admin Post author

      Hi Hazel. It is just a one-day event. You may just choose one date that suits your schedule. Thanks!


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