Mustard Seed Training

Materials for praying with children.

25 Hours of Backer Frenzy!

Dear Farrell Scholars:

With 25 hours to go, and our minimum $$ goal met, I’m launching into PROJECT BACKER FRENZY! You can help by sharing the following link:

With the financial pressure off, my goal now is to get 73 backers signed up on Kickstarter before 11:53AM tomorrow, when the project officially closes (I know, it’s a strange time). Can I count on your support?

NEW! JUST $1 pledge online will be enough to get all the monthly project updates exclusively for Kickstarter backers!

What should you share with the link? Add your own personal message to people you think might be interested. Examples of previous messages: “I just backed my friend’s project. Help her make this book/trip a reality!” “I’m very excited about this project on women’s ordination in Ireland. If you’re interested in women in ministry, check it out!” “Support one of our (high school/college/HM alum, etc) friends with her new book!” And make sure to put how many hours are left!

It will still be $10 to get the White Paper by mail. This short, easy-to-read research paper will explain the current state & positions on women’s ordination in the Anglican, Roman Catholic & Orthodox traditions.

$25+ is still the level to pre-order a copy of the book, and is the most common pledge.

You can also watch & share the project videos:

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About US

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

Our group was founded in 2018 by CGS catechist and woodworker Meagen Farrell. Meagen is 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).