Mustard Seed Training

Materials for praying with children.

Kickstarter LAUNCH: True Story of How Women Became Priests in Ireland

Thanks to your encouragement, I am ready to take this project to the next level. This book can only happen with your continued support and interest.

Here’s how you can help:

1. Contribute on Kickstarter: $3 for monthly updates, $25 for a pre-release eBook, and many more fun perks. I have 21 days to raise a minimum of $3000. I have big “stretch goals” if we blast past that target.

You have to sign up for a Kickstarter account, but you can use Facebook. Contributions are processed by Amazon at the end of the campaign. Also you can choose whatever name on Kickstarter you want if you want to give anonymously. The amount is never revealed except to the project creator (me).

2. Spread the word: During the next 3 weeks, spread the word through email, Facebook, Twitter, graffiti bathroom stalls, whatever. Okay, maybe not graffiti, but I can send you a flyer if you’re interested. Email farrellink (at) yahoo (dot) com.

A personal message to one or two interested people is highly effective, but I’ll take any publicity I can get. Feel free to use any language from the project page, or let me know if you want me to write something special for your blog, website or listserv, if you think the audience is appropriate.

Let me know what you think! I’d love to hear from you.

About US

Mustard Seed Training is a team of faith-based artisan creating materials for praying with children. Our ministry is to share the love of God and neighbor.

Our group was founded in 2017 by CGS catechist and woodworker Meagen Farrell. Meagen is also an author, trainer, and PhD student in the fields of adult basic education and educational technology (that’s the “Training” part!).

Thank you for your patience & prayers!

Our goal is to provide you with quality materials and service. Please view our shipping policy and refund policy. We take a scheduled break every year from December 22 (or the last Friday before Christmas) to January 2 (or the first Monday).

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