The goal is to show how church and home work in a complementary fashion. This does not describe an integrated model but rather one where each age ministry builds on and connects with the others. Deuteronomy 6 commands parents to take the lead in the spiritual development of their kids. Youth pastors, children’s ministers, and especially lead pastors are vital to transforming the church into a family ministry culture.

-Ron Hunter 183 copyRon Hunter Jr. is the executive director and CEO of Randall House and the publisher of D6 Curriculum, and serves as the D6 Conference Director. He regularly speaks at various conferences and consults for ministry and business organizations.  Ron has written numerous articles for various Christian magazines, the book entitled The DNA of D6: Building Blocks of Generational Discipleship and coauthored Toy Box Leadership. He graduated from Welch College and earned his MPA from the University of Colorado, and is in his final stages of earning his PhD from Dallas Baptist University. He married his college sweetheart, Pamela, and they have two kids in college, Michael and Lauren.

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