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Join This Must-Watch Discussion About Race in Children’s Ministry!

Don’t miss this ministry-changing discussion about race led by People of Color who are kidmin experts.

It’s Time To Talk About Race: See This Must-Watch Discussion About Race in Children’s Ministry!


Watch the webinar for free, right now.

This 1-hour conversation that may alter the course of your ministry–for the better. You’ll hear real-world, practical ideas; discover viewpoints you may not have heard before; and leave challenged to take your ministry to today’s children to a higher level.


A headshot of host Henry Zonio.

Henry Zonio

This event will be hosted by Henry Zonio, a sociologist who studies, writes, and talks about race in children’s ministry. Henry has also been involved in children’s ministry for 25+ years in the U.S. and in Canada. You can find his most recent writing in Bridging Theory and Practice in Children’s Spirituality (Zondervan). He is also the author of “Why We MUST Start Talking About Race in Children’s Ministry.”


A headshot of Kathie Phillips, who is on the panel.

Kathie Phillips

Kathie Phillips is currently the director of children’s ministry at Central Presbyterian Church in Baltimore, Maryland.  In addition, she’s a conference speaker, ministry coach, and blogger. She’s the author of Top-50 Bible Object Lessons (RoseKidz). She currently resides with her family in Baltimore, Maryland.



A headshot of panelist Keedren Boston.Keedren Boston

Keedren Boston is a passionate communicator with an amazing sense of humor. He has traveled around the world inspiring and encouraging youth, young adults, community, and church leaders to build meaningful relationships that make a lasting and transformative impact. As an educational consultant with Lott Educational Consulting, he delivers training in the implementation of Restorative Practices. Keedren loves serving alongside his beautiful wife and high school sweetheart, Keturah, as they lead childrens ministry where they are revolutionizing the small-group strategy with elementary and preschool students at The Potters House North Dallas. Keedren is a graduate of Texas A&M University and a blessed father of four outstanding children.


A headshot of panelist Mahogany Dudley-Finley.

Mahogany Dudley-Finley

Mahogany Dudley-Finley has served for almost 7 years as a full-time Children’s Pastor at New Life in Christ Church in O’Fallon, IL. She also has the privilege of serving as the Training Manager for the International Network of Children’s Ministry (INCM). She loves encouraging and empowering children and families in their faith journey, and connecting children’s ministry leaders to all that they need. Mahogany is also a graduate of Bethel Seminary where she earned a Master of Arts in Children’s and Family Ministry.



A headshot of panelist Ricardo Miller. Coach Ricardo Miller

Ricardo developed a passion and drive to reach the next generation at a young age. For nearly two decades, Ricardo has actively served as an international child evangelist and children’s ministry consultant. His international exposure propelled him into entrepreneurship and he founded Ricardo Miller Children’s Ministries which is headquartered in Nassau, Bahamas, and the Effective Living Life Management Agency located in Fort Worth, Texas. Ricardo remains rooted at the Pathway of Life Church in Dallas, Texas, where he serves as the children’s ministry pastor.

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2 thoughts on “Join This Must-Watch Discussion About Race in Children’s Ministry!

  1. Jamie Flores

    I’d like to register for the discussion on race in children’s ministry, but none of the links on this page ( are working. They all lead to an “oops” page.

    Can you tell me how I can register for this seminar?

    Thank you!

    • Kerrie Pucket

      Hi Jamie, we have updated this article with a recording of this discussion. Thank you and enjoy!

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