Models of Youth Ministry
Since the beginning of civilization, most cultures have emphasized the importance of helping children and youth transition well into adulthood. Learn new ministry models to help engage youth in faith development.
Since the beginning of civilization, most cultures have emphasized the importance of helping children transition well into adulthood. Youth ministry should be designed to meet the spiritual needs of the next generations. Therefore, leaders need new ministry models to help them engage youth in faith development. In this course, Dr. Dave Keehn will help you develop your own philosophy of ministry and introduce you to four relevant models of youth ministry.
Presenter: Dr. Dave Keehn
Dave has served for over 30 years in youth ministry in both small and large churches. After teaching ministry courses as an adjunct for 12 years at Talbot School of Theology and Biola University, he joined the faculty in the fall of 2009. His passion is to develop church leaders for future generations. His expertise is in developing ministry programs to reach and disciple the millennial generation and their families. He has spoken at numerous conferences and serves as the teaching pastor at Cornerstone Community Church in San Clemente, California in the USA.
About OneHope Ministry
In partnership with local churches, ministries, and governments around the world, OneHope has reached more than 1.7 billion children and youth with God’s Word. Based on in-country research OneHope conducts, Scripture programs are designed to be age and culturally relevant. Since 1987, OneHope has helped kids experience God’s Story, sharing the life-changing message of hope with children and youth in every country.