Upcoming Youth Ministry Webinars

Post a Comment » Written on October 31st, 2012     
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North Park University’s Center for Youth Ministry Studies offers a number of free webinars throughout the year, addressing a variety of youth ministry related topics. There are webinars coming up for December, January, February, and March. Check them out!

Here are descriptions for the December and January webinars:

Creating an Equal Seat at the Table: Bringing Youth with Differing World-Views Together in Community

Thursday, December 4

2:00 – 3:00 pm CST


With the world around us changing due to relocation and gentrification, youth ministries and programs have youth that are blended across multiple borders. Urban/suburban blend, rural/urban blend, blends of socio-economic status, ethnicity, and youth in the system (e.g. foster care or juvenile detention) are just a few examples. With this change can come tension from “the regulars” in your organization as the ministry adjusts to make room for youth and families that are different from what your organization is used to. This webinar will discuss ways to honor, communicate and incorporate the value in the stories of all God’s children, as well as tips and tools for being comfortably uncomfortable in the tension of blended ministry.

Using Story to Change the World: For Teenagers Who Are Student Leaders

Saturday, January 12, 2013

10:00 am – Noon CST

This event is available as an in-person workshop and will also be broadcast as a webinar for those not able to come to campus. Contact the CYMS office via email or at (773) 244-5207 with questions. Register here.

Have you ever struggled to share with others the issues going on in your life? Do you want to be a world changer for God’s Kingdom? This interactive workshop is designed for teenagers who are student leaders, although adults discipling student leaders are welcome to attend. We will participate in activities designed to help us share our unique stories for community transformation, as well as how to better handle conflict among peers. Join us on the journey of using our stories to change the world.


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