A New Year of Youth Ministry–2015!

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Happy New Year Covenant Youth Workers!

I hope this post finds you enjoying the fresh start of a new year and excited about

God’s work in you and your ministry in 2015!  I am honored to be a part of this

journey with you, and I am very excited for the times we will be together this year.

I cannot wait for Youth Worker Connection happening in Denver at the end of

January!  I want to personally invite YOU to join us for this fantastic opportunity!


Our theme this year revolves around “Reimagining Youth Ministry.”  It is truly our

goal to give you an experience where you will be refreshed, encouraged, and equipped with some new

ideas that you can plug into your specific ministry context.  All registration info

can be found at CovChurch.org/connection.



In addition to other wonderful presenters and breakout session leaders, we are

blessed to have as our keynote speaker, April Diaz.  April is the author of

“Redefining The Role Of The Youth Worker”  and is a former Covenant Pastor.  She

recently accepted a position with the Youth Cartel and has her hand on the pulse of

youth ministry in North America.  My hope is that you will come to YWC this year,

energize your own youth ministry, and join us in the conversation about where we

think God is taking youth ministry in the future.


Keep an eye on our social media accounts this coming week as we announce other

speakers and options for YWC 2015.  Also, being in Denver gives us a great

opportunity to enjoy some time in the mountains skiing!  If you and your crew are

interested in skiing, we have secured a special rate and transportation. All

information can be found at CovChurch.org/connection.


Today please be encouraged and know that you are loved, you are valued, and you

are making a difference.  In this new year of 2015, I am thankful for you!


Tim Ciccone

Covenant Youth Ministry Leader


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