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Y&YA Ministry Session Six
Y&YA Ministry Session Six
Y&YA Ministry Session Six
Y&YA Ministry Session Six
Y&YA Ministry Session Six
Y&YA Ministry Session Six
Y&YA Ministry Session Six
Y&YA Ministry Session Six
Y&YA Ministry Session Six
Y&YA Ministry Session Six
Y&YA Ministry Session Six
Y&YA Ministry Session Six
Y&YA Ministry Session Six
Y&YA Ministry Session Six
Y&YA Ministry Session Six
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Y&YA Ministry Session Six

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Slide presentation for the sixth session of MidAmerica-UUA's online course Youth & Young Adult Ministries. This session was primarily a review.

Slide presentation for the sixth session of MidAmerica-UUA's online course Youth & Young Adult Ministries. This session was primarily a review.

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  • 1. Youth & Young Adult Ministries Session Six: Review
  • 2. 2008 GA Young Adult Empowerment Resolution Each congregation was challenged to find ways towelcome & support young adults. How are we doing?
  • 3. 2008 GA Young Adult Empowerment Resolution Thinking about what we havelearned about human and faith development...what are the best ways we can welcome and nurture young adults?
  • 4. Top 10 Suggestions for Supporting Young Adults• Ask• Educate• Invite• Feed• Worship
  • 5. Top 10 Suggestions for Supporting Young Adults• Work for Justice• Empower• Adapt• Support• Staff
  • 6. Course OutcomeBy the end of this course, studentsshould be able todesign, implement, and assess adevelopmentally appropriate faithdevelopment experience (rite ofpassage, worship service, serviceopportunity, or leadership experience)for youth and/or young adults.
  • 7. Youth & Young Adult Development• Early Adolescence (ages 12-15)• Middle Adolescence (ages 15-18)• Late Adolescence (ages 18-22)/Emerging Adulthood (ages 18-26+)• Young Adulthood (Late 20s-40)
  • 8. Faith Development Experience• Rite of passage• Worship service• Service opportunity• Leadership experience
  • 9. Competency OverviewStructured Learning ExperiencesWork Products/Portfolio Exhibits
  • 10. OverviewProvide an overview of what youknow about this competencyarea, and how you have integratedyour knowledge into yourprofessional practice. Suggestedlength--and only a suggestion--is upto one page.
  • 11. Structured Learning ExperiencesReflection on:Provide a paragraph describing thelearning experience and its value toyou (suggested length of reflection[and only a suggestion] is 50-100words).
  • 12. Structured Learning ExperiencesIntegration in Work:Provide a paragraph describing howthis has or will influence your work(suggested length of reflection [andonly a suggestion] is 125-175words).
  • 13. Work Products/ Portfolio ExhibitsBrief description of each workexample (suggested length ofdescription [and only a suggestion]is 50-100 words)
  • 14. Work Products/ Portfolio ExhibitsRelevance to competency:Provide a paragraph with each workexample that explains why you chose theparticular piece and how the piece servesto demonstrate your competency in thisarea (suggested length of each reflection[and only a suggestion] is 125-175words)
  • 15. Questions?Comments?

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