Posts Tagged ‘Center for Youth Ministry Studies’

Supervising Youth Ministry Interns (Free Webinar)

Post a Comment » Written on July 9th, 2014     
Filed under: Events, Webinar
Tags: , ,

Supervising Youth Ministry Interns

August 28, 2014, at 2:00 pm CST

This discussion will be moderated by Daniel White Hodge, with panelists Diana Schiflett (Naperville Covenant Church) and Jim Murphy (Evangelical Covenant Church of Bemidji)

With



CYMS Upcoming Free Webinars

School is almost out, graduations are taking place and summer programs are about to begin.  This is an exciting time in the cycle of student ministry, and we’ve got some great presenters lined up for our Free Webinar series.  We



Recommended Reading

Looking for something to read this summer? Check out these must-read books recommended by the Center for Youth Ministry Studies.

imagesreading

Youth Ministry Management Tools
by Ginny Olson, Diane Elliot, Mike Work, Youth Specialties



Greetings

As I transition into my new role with the Evangelical Covenant Church, first let me say what a deep honor it is to serve Christ and you. I am humbled by the opportunity, excited to serve, and watching in expectation



Archived Webinars

Did you miss CYMS webinars in 2013? If so, I’m here to help you catch up!

Hip Hop Curriculum for Incarcerated Youth & Youth Coming Out of the System

June 18, 2013

Led by K-Rahn, youth advocate in Southern California



Ministry Internship & Job Fair

1467268_444833005626606_1798696144_n


Chicago Reload

Post a Comment » Written on November 25th, 2013     
Filed under: Chicago Reload
Tags: ,

1460069_10153509158230527_1588686968_n



Reminder: Sign up for School to prison



Get a Taste of NPU & Youth Ministry

Do you have high school students that are considering youth ministry as a major?

Tell them and their parents about North Park University and Center for Youth Ministry Studies Preview Days, coming on November 10-11, 2013.  This program is



School to Prison Pipeline Mini-Conference

The growing prison population of young, urban centered males is at epidemic levels. Moreover, the issues of urban education seem to be mounting at an exponential rate: drop out, inadequate classrooms, burned out teachers.  Higher test scores are only part …