Foundations of Youth and Family Ministry

Course number: PS1209     Credit hours: 3 hrs

Youth work in the first decades of the third millennium promises to be complex and challenging for even veterans in the field. Preparing students to enter youth work requires intense preparation in the areas of both skills and knowledge. This course aims at developing skills in relational ministry, programming, evaluation and administration while emphasizing an informed, clear, biblical, philosophical, approach to leading effective disciple-making youth ministries.

** this course may be an optional, rotated course in your program with Foundations of Children and Family Ministry. Please check with your Program Director about how these options apply.

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