The program will equip participants with foundational learning, rooted in the practical application to their specific ministry context. This program is designed to provide an overview of core biblical, theological, Episcopal, and practical knowledge that will be applied directly to the practice of ministry in the students' context. Thanks to a new partnership with the Department of Faith Formation of the Episcopal Church, we can now offer this program at a reduced cost for each participant! Click here to apply now!
Resources for Teen Girls
Christian Parenting Advice For Raising Teenagers
Teens are notoriously hard to please, so planning a fun and exciting while also spiritual Christian retreat for teen girls needs care and consideration. Putting thought and effort into the planning can ensure that you'll have a great retreat. Give your Christian retreat for teen girls a theme and a name so that girls know what to expect from it. You could pull a common phrase from the Bible, such as "And They Were Not Afraid" to illustrate a theme of standing for Christianity, or you might just choose a single word topic, like "Purity" or "Integrity. You can even make t-shirts and other keepsakes with the retreat's theme printed on it. After learning, the most important thing to accomplish at a teen retreat is make sure that the girls have fun and connect with each other. If your retreat involves a camping, try team-building exercises like ropes courses or fireside programs.
Certificates in Youth and Children's Ministry
You probably think your teens go through temptations worse than you had. And your parents thought that the trials you experienced as a teenager were worse than what they had to deal with. Whether things are worse now than they were before, here are some practical tips for raising teenagers that every Christian home can put into practice regardless of the generation. These are not in any particular order and they can be worked on one at a time or together.
The program includes four Core Courses that provide a foundation for biblical teaching and developing a discipleship ministry to reach across age groups. This course is a historical overview of the family from the 1st Century to the present in order to inform our ministry with families in the present day church. Family Ministry: A Comprehensive Guide, 2nd edition. ISBN How does our mental, emotional, social, and spiritual development begin and take root?