Our ministry exists to connect, serve and advance those called to serve children. We work with churches and ministries all around the globe to further the gospel. One of the most practical ways we have been able to fulfill our mission is to provide training to leaders at a price anyone can afford.
Our trainings are committed to being:
  • AFFORDABLE – only $59 if you register by the end of April 2016 (that’s a discount of about 60%)
  • RELEVANT – all 100+ training options, and main gatherings, feature children’s ministry leaders from localchurches and organizations
  • UNBIASED – we collaborate with all publishers but do not publish resources, this allows us to help you find the best resource for your ministry
  • AUTHENTIC – our events are hosted in a local church because, well, it just makes sense for a ministry conference to be working in and through a local ministry
  • MISSIONAL – together, we bring people from all over the world to participate and lead at our conference, past speakers have come from Iran, Ukraine, Liberia, Belize, Australia, New Zealand and more
We hope you will take this opportunity to register at the lowest prices of the season. I believe the training opportunities we provide will give you, and your team, the skills you need to be prepared to reach and serve your community!
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Michael Chanley

Michael Chanley is an ordained minister with over 18 years experience serving families and children. He has served in churches with 30 members to ones with over 30,000. He now serves as the President and Executive Director of CMConnect.

He is also the author of “Collaborate: Family + Church” a collaborative work by 35 authors on how the church can impact the family. Chanley is an award winning speaker and does training, consulting and ministry work internationally on issues related to Children’s and Family Ministry. He has travelled to over 34 countries and has a genuine heart to serve and train leaders of leaders with a focus on leadership in the local church and discipleship of children.
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