This multi-faceted intergenerational parish renewal experience brings all age groups together, gives them a common vision & language and the resources to take action to continue their journey afterwards.
Using songs, stories, Scripture and skills, Jenny Krumdrick engages the whole parish (1st grade through adults) with the mindset and skills to live a beautiful life of RELATIONSHIP, DISCIPLESHIP & MISSION.
What does God want FOR you? Wholeness, health and a RELATIONSHIP with Him.
Take on the mindset of Christ (Philippians 2:5) and be reminded of your unconditional worth as a child of God
Skill: Developing and deepening a relationship with Christ through prayer, Scripture, Sacraments and service
What does God want FROM you? Joyful attitude and your yes to DISCIPLESHIP.
Adopt a mindset of trust and surrender (Proverbs 3:5-6)
Skills: Gratitude, recalibrating negative thoughts to positive, staying in command of our thoughts and attitude (choosing joy)
What does God want FOR you?
Generosity in your MISSION.
Embracing mindset of abundance (John 10:10)
Skill: Overcoming roadblocks to courageously pursue God’s unique call for your life
Parish receives customized images and verbiage for bulletin, emails, announcements and social media posts for 4 weeks prior to the event.
This includes the main points from each night, additional resources, Scripture, questions for reflection and discussion and action ideas specifically designed for:
Individuals, Parish groups, Married couples, Parents with children & adolescents,
Religious Education catechists to use with their classes and Parish staff
My Place online community membership concretely equips women with the skills and strategies to recalibrate negative thoughts, elevate self-image & improve health and relationships so they know their worth and pursue their dreams without fear or self-doubt.
Experience the freedom and excitement of a life of wholeness as well as be equipped to guide others towards confidence and success in relationships, career, academics, and personal goals. The Wholeness Masterclass has 16 practical and transformational lessons. Your success will overflow into all arenas of your life!
Empowering students, adults and/or intergenerational audiences to take ownership of their faith and make the choice to follow Jesus. Inviting participants to actively pursue a relationship with God through prayer, Sacraments, and surrender.
These powerful teachings from St. Pope John Paul ll help us answer our questions: "Who am I?" and "What am I here for?" Participants begin to see the invisible reality of God, their identity and purpose through our visible bodies & relationships. Or, participants envision the lives of people living in poverty and begin to take action living out Catholic Social Justice Teachings!
Our self-worth is unconditional, unchanging, and objective. But if we see ourselves as unworthy or have a difficult time accepting love (from God or others), how can we give from a place of abundance? Participants learn the practical strategies to elevate their self-image to match their self-worth.
This engaging and interactive 2 part workshop series is ideal for adolescents, young adults, adults, and intergenerational audiences. Part 1 lays the foundation for growing in skills of awareness, recalibration, and gratitude. Through stories, discussion, and personal reflection, participants begin to apply strategies for managing their mind and emotional command.
Self-image is the basis for success in every arena of our life. Part 2 workshop focuses on how our self-image was formed and how we can re-design and re-wire our self image to become more confident and resilient. These practical strategies can be applied to all arenas of life: academics, professional endeavors, as a son/daughter/parent/spouse/friend, etc.
Practical, helpful, engaging, and inspiring presentations will help all ages be transformed, nourished and empowered to love God whole-heartedly and serve others joyfully! As church, we must LEARN our faith, LOVE our faith, and LIVE our faith! Jenny provides promotional materials prior to the event as well as follow up "Keep it Going" packets specifically designed to help individuals, groups, families and the parish staff engaged and taking action after the event ends.
A staff retreat, catered to your particular needs and goals, facilitates building community, personal reflection, a powerful prayer experience and equips staff for developing and deepening their evangelization and disciple-making strategies.
Evangelizing & FUN retreats for junior high or high school teens, parent/sponsor sessions, and thematic workshops. Workshops include self-image, discipleship, prayer, Scripture & Confirmation.
Captivating and evangelizing preparation for marriage, Confirmation, reconciliation, and first Eucharist for continued faith engagement after the Sacrament.
Participants will be inspired and empowered to deepen their connection with Jesus and the church through their anticipated Sacrament with activities, real-life stories, applying Scripture to their life, and a powerful prayer experience.
WORLD-WIDE HUNGER BANQUET
All ages are engaged and shocked at the unequal distribution of wealth in the world as they take part in the illustrative hunger banquet. Taking part in this social experiment gives everyone a gripping new perspective, exponentially increases their sense of gratitude, and empowers them to live out social justice teachings of the Gospel.
Equipping students to design and re-wire their self-image takes strategies, commitment, and accountability. These resources will equip parents and teachers to take an active role in accompanying teens to make progress practicing their skills.
This multi-part workshop empowers parents/teachers and teaches students to practice foundational skills for managing their mind (thoughts and words) and elevating their self-image to match their self-worth. Skills include awareness, recalibration, gratitude, writing powerful scripts, re-wiring and accountability.
Learning new skills and consistently applying them to one’s life is a process that requires ongoing training and accountability. Raise up a small group of student leaders (meeting six to ten times) for training, encouragement and accountability to apply the strategies and skills to their lives.
Retreats can be done on site or off site; focusing on Discipleship, Confirmation, and/or your theme. The fun and evangelizing activities, talks, and prayer experiences build community and empower students with practical strategies for developing and deepening their relationship with Jesus.
In person or virtual zoom workshops equip parents to learn the skills for themselves as well as to accompany and hold their students accountable to consistently practicing the skills. The most popular skills include mind management and elevating self-image to match self-worth.
This captivating multi-dimensional presentation engages, inspires, and challenges students to take greater ownership in their choice to follow Jesus, share their gifts to serve others, and elevate their self image to reflect their unconditional self worth.
Students are engaged and shocked at the unequal distribution of wealth in the world as they take part in the illustrative hunger banquet. Taking part in this social experiment gives everyone a gripping new perspective and exponentially increases their sense of gratitude.
Instead of trying to prove our worth through perfection, performance, or popularity, young adults will empowered to reclaim their God-given unconditional worth and learn proven strategies for elevating their self-image.
Ultimate success comes through wholeness. Wholeness leads to holiness! Young adults will reflect on their lives in eight arenas and begin intentionally designing whom they desire to become and how they are compelled to contribute!
Genuine joy and confidence grows from being competent and well-rounded. Young adults will learn to create life-giving routines (including self-care) and how to cultivate healthy relationships (including setting boundaries).
This 2-part workshop teaches young adults to practice foundational skills for managing their mind (thoughts and words) and elevating their self-image to match their self-worth. Skills include awareness, recalibration, gratitude, writing powerful scripts, re-wiring and accountability. They will learn how to create powerful and positive scripts based on Scripture passages.
Learning new skills and consistently applying them to one’s life is a process that requires ongoing training and accountability. Raise up a small group of student leaders (meeting six to ten times) for training, encouragement and accountability to apply the strategies and skills to their lives. Skill options:
Participants are engaged and shocked at the unequal distribution of wealth in the world as they take part in the illustrative world-wide hunger banquet. Taking part in this social-justice experiment gives everyone a gripping new perspective and exponentially increases their sense of gratitude.