How can you adapt, innovate in, and improve your youth ministry?
Two free, upcoming online workshops in October and November give churches, youth workers, and clergy a chance to hear what experts in the field have to say, at no cost. These workshops will offer ways to assess and tweak your youth ministry to best serve the teens in your congregation and community.
- October 25 – Helping Young People Hear God’s Voice – Are you actually teaching young people how to hear God’s voice? Rev. Wendy Mohler-Seib from Friends University in Kansas shares what she’s learned about helping young people develop the ability to listen to God, and practical methods you can use in your own ministry
- November 8 – Innovation in Youth Ministry — What’s next on the youth ministry horizon? Dr. Kenda Creasy Dean from Princeton University shares some of the trends and creative innovations that have been successful in youth ministries over the past five years.
Each workshop is one hour long and features short teaching videos from the speakers and short, guided discussions among participants. Recordings are not possible with this format and will not be available after the workshops; however, the workshop content will eventually be available at TimothyCircle.com. You can register for a workshop to be notified when these resources are available.
Registration is free and open to all, thanks to a grant from the Texas Methodist Foundation.