In this episode, I talk with Jeff Henderson of Gwinnett Church. Jeff and I talk about Champion Tribes–something new he’s launching to help busy dads connect with their sons in unique and life-changing ways. If you lead in ministry, it’s an awesome way to partner with parents and help families in your community win. And, if you’re a parent, it’s a phenomenal resource that helps you journey with other parents and students who are walking through the same critical phase.
Notes From This Episode
Champion Tribes: Breakdown
- Launches June 1
- Download content digitally with the app
- 12 sessions, completed over the course of 6-12 months
- Gathering of 5-8 dads and their sons (ideally between the ages of 11 and 14)
- Small group format with a game, movie clip, discussion questions, and teaching
- Includes gifts that dads give their sons along the journey
- Ends with a final blessing
- Check out Champion Tribes and consider piloting it with a group of dads at your church
- Talk about how your team can make this tool an integral part of your strategy to help families win
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