Sanctuary opportunities to help your church thrive:
“Give me a church that gets love down, and I’ll show you a church
will flock to” - Dr. Charles W. Laird
Five years of study, vision and tried out concepts have produced a way to reach many wounded and disillusioned people. The ones we have lost, hurting your church morale, and put many churches in a survival mode. Bringing love and hope – what Sanctuary Christian Ministries is all about. Speaking - a message, quick taste, or to a group in your church. PAL training “Pastor at Large” - your people in meaningful ministry. Learn a ministry identity. Become adept at reading people, learn how to be safe, help another person, and love them back. Become effective in reaching your community.
- Middle School
- High School
Basic Love Training seminar:
Here’s a fun weekend for your congregation to get to know each other and gain new eyes in seeing people. The culture will be caught.
A solid identity as God’s priceless diamond will permeate the weekend, as you learn practical ministry skills on how to love. You will see a profound change in your church, marriages, families and work situations as they see themselves and others differently.
PAL training seminar
Experience a safe Sanctuary community as you learn experientially while learning a new way of thinking and approaching people - ministering to a very skeptical society. Learn to understand woundeds, post moderns, and how to be an effective, sensitive Christian - giving appreciated and appropriate agape love.
For those wanting to lead a group, creating the Sanctuary culture of care with the emphasis on validating them and passing on the skills Jesus spent his life teaching us.
A one-time fee of $150 will have ‘secret shoppers’ visit your church service and/or event. A printed list of observations and suggestions will be personally presented to your leaders. Sharing it with your church for awareness and practical perspective is also an option.
Relationships are where evangelism happens. If we don’t know how to have healthy relationships, we will not be effective in evangelism.
Let us show you how!