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"The gifts he gave were...     to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ, until all of us come to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to maturity, to the measure of the full stature of Christ."--Ephesians 4:11-13





For Scheduling and Inquiries contact Kim at kim@mail.pomegranatece.com



Training Opportunities

As a professional Christian educator and trained communicator, I am committed to helping your group, organization or church in planning and implementing fruitful educational environments.  I have experience successfully creating, planning, promoting, and implementing studies, workshops, and seasonal events within the local church and beyond.  I am especially interested in working with volunteer educators, offering skills that will enrich their ability to create safe and well facilitated educational environments where learning and faith formation are encouraged. 

Training is offered in one day events or through individual workshops.  Please contact me for a free consultation so that I may develop a training option that meets the needs of your individual church or organization.

Please call (Kim at 404-388-4292) or email me (Kim at kim@mail.pomegranatece.com) with questions and for availability.


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Training Options

One Day Training Event:

A One Day Training Event is scheduled for approximately 7 hours and includes an opening and closing, as well as your selection of any three of the workshops listed below.

Training Workshops: 

  • What is the Purpose of a Christian Educator?

  • Creating Christ-like Classrooms

  • Small Group Facilitation and Leadership Skills

  • Foundations in Wesleyan Theology (for United Methodists and other Wesleyan denominations)

  • Promoting Bible Study within Your Church

  • Creative Ideas for Seasonal Events (Advent & Lent)

  • Starting a Lectio Divina Group




“Creating space for seeds of grace to take root and grow.”