IFD460 – Youth Ministry Foundations: A Sustainable Approach to Youth Ministry
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This workshop will help you build a youth ministry that is effective and sustainable, giving you the tools to build a solid, disciple-making youth ministry that continues from year to year. We will cover control and vision documents, fundraising, parent and family ministry, theological youth ministry, worship, administration, youth culture and much more.
A great foundation for new youth ministers and refresher for veteran leaders!
This course is eligible for 1.0 CEU.
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Past participants in this course have said…
“Overall I was very satisfied with the course content and would recommend the course to others with the caveat that it required a daily time commitment to be completed timely and an observation piece. I appreciate the instructor’s encouragement to stick with it.”
The Reverend Todd Vick, M.Div. is currently serving as the Senior Pastor of Salem United Methodist Church in Conway, AR. He has over 14 years of experience in youth, emerging adults, young adults, pastoral, and lay involvement ministries. Todd holds a Master of Divinity degree from Asbury Theological Seminary and a Bachelor of Science degree in Youth Ministries from John Brown University. He and his wife Carrie reside in Conway with their two boys Elijah and Riley. Todd’s passion is for the grace of God to invade and radically change the lives of God’s children through one-on-one discipleship and intentional group teaching in the context of a loving missional community. Todd’s blog can be found at www.toddvick.com.