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Children Youth and Family Ministry Conversation
Children Youth and Family Ministry Conversation
Children Youth and Family Ministry Conversation
Children Youth and Family Ministry Conversation
Children Youth and Family Ministry Conversation
Children Youth and Family Ministry Conversation
Children Youth and Family Ministry Conversation
Children Youth and Family Ministry Conversation
Children Youth and Family Ministry Conversation
Children Youth and Family Ministry Conversation
Children Youth and Family Ministry Conversation
Children Youth and Family Ministry Conversation
Children Youth and Family Ministry Conversation
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Children Youth and Family Ministry Conversation

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Presentation for the CYF Conversations at Lord of Life Lutheran Church, Maple Grove, Minnesota

Presentation for the CYF Conversations at Lord of Life Lutheran Church, Maple Grove, Minnesota

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    • 1. Welcome!
      A Children, Youth and Family Ministry Conversation
      April 10, 2011
    • 2. Lord of Life Ends Policies
      Campus Development
      Caring Community
      Culture of Generosity
      Faith Formation
      Leadership Development
      Outreach
      Worship
    • 3. Faith Formation
      The goal of faith formation at Lord of Life is a personal and community transformation and grown in relationship with Christ
      People will identify and develop their personal faith formation and ministry.
      People at all stages of faith development will grow in Christian faith and experience personal and community transformation through development of biblical knowledge and opportunities to put knowledge and faith into action through service, mentoring, teaching and giving
      People will experience a nurturing culture which:
      Emphasizes the need for believers to take responsibility for their own faith formation and ministry, and
      Ensures that each person matures as a Christian.
    • 4. The Challenge
      1. Young people are different now
      2. The culture we live in is different
      3. We are different
      4. The church is different
    • 5. The Faith Timeline
      Birth
      Graduation
      Old: A set of independent programs
      New: A continuum. How do ministries and programs intertwine?
    • 6. 3 New Studies
    • 7. National Study on Youth and Religion
      Focused on the beliefs and faith formation of adolescents
      Methodology:
      Thousands of written surveys
      Close to a thousand phone interviews
      267 live one-hour face-to-face interviews
      Followed over 8 years
    • 8. Key Learnings:
      Young people live in a world where religion looks different (MTD)
      Parents are even more important than we thought
      Church is important
      We need to expect more
    • 9. Moralistic Therapeutic Deism
      The religion of the age
    • 10. The Role of Parents
    • 11. Questions?
    • 12. Age Group Conversations
    • 13. Resources:youthandreligion.comExemplarYM.comSoul Searching by Christian SmithSouls in Transition by Christian SmithAlmost Christian by Kenda Creasy DeanThe Spirit and Culture of Youth Ministry by Roland Martinson, Wes Black and John Roberto
    • 14. Thank you for Coming!
      A Children, Youth and Family Ministry Conversation
      April 10, 2011

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