A Non-Profit Network Dedicated to Promoting Child Spirituality
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The ChildSpirit Institute (Georgia, USA) is a non-profit network of families, researchers, teachers, health care providers, community and religious leaders, and scholars that is dedicated to understanding and nurturing the spirituality of children. The institute conducts empirical research, sponsors conferences, camps, and other programs, and provides educators, parents, and children with resources, support, and consulting.
The website includes information on current ChildSpirit projects such as research and scholarship, conferences, workshops and training, and speaking and consulting services on topics such as “Spiritual Parenting and Understanding the Multi-Dimensional Child”.
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