This is what my family room looks like when I’m preparing for a JAM Session:
Messy, but productive.
A JAM Session, for those of you who don’t know, is a day-long intensive training for pastors and volunteers who want to Jump-start an All-inclusive Ministry. It’s one of our favorite things to do at Key Ministry, because we can really go in-depth and build relationships with folks who want to welcome and minister with families affected by disabilities.
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the things we’re going to do…
We’ll also have modules on modifying curriculum, working effectively with parents, recruiting volunteers, and maintaining a safe ministry. In addition, we’ll have lots of time for questions and answers. We deliberately limit our JAM session registration so that the group is small enough; we want everyone to leave feeling equipped. SO…I’m excited about Monday’s JAM Session at Pioneer Memorial Presbyterian Church in Solon, OH. We have just a couple more spots open, so if you are interested, please contact Peggy Anderson to register: email@example.com
And, in the meantime, I’ll be making kits and preparing presentations. Thankfully, Mitzie Alice Wetherbee is helping me today. She has reviewed the visual schedule activity:
She also inspected some of the activities:
She implores you: “Come to the JAM Session!”
If you’d like to schedule a JAM Session in your area, please let me know: firstname.lastname@example.org
Blessings from my messy, JAMMin’ family room…