Topic - Teacher Training, Youth

Youth Lesson Preparation and Presentation

date: Mar 11, 2011 | speaker: Aaron Davitch | topic: Youth

This seminar will include ideas for organizing your preparation, structuring your teaching time, and encouraging student understanding. This seminar is primarily directed at those doing the teaching of the youth curriculum, but can also be beneficial to those assisting, small group leading, or overseeing a youth classroom.

Towards a Biblical "Relational Youth Ministry"

date: Mar 11, 2011 | speaker: Jon Nowlin | topic: Youth

God’s design for Christian relationships far surpasses simply “hanging out.” He has brought us together in Christ for so much more. He desires for us to be powerful means of grace to each other. We must lead those we shepherd toward the depth of relationships necessary to fulfill Jesus’ "one another" commands, and point them to his pathway toward astounding blessing. Come grow in your appreciation for God’s gift of and design for biblical fellowship, and find practical ways to help students and families understand, experience, and crave it.

Leading Students to Feast on God's Word

date: Mar 11, 2011 | speaker: Jon Nowlin | topic: Youth

Oh, that we as parents and youth leaders—along with the students we shepherd—would delight in the law of the Lord and meditate on it day and night! Come increase your appetite for the Word, and learn how to help young people take in its rich nourishment. By God’s grace, our times with Him in the Bible will be increasingly grounded in biblical doctrine, propelled by prayer, marked by a right handling of the Word, and aimed at seeing and savoring the person and Gospel of Jesus Christ, culminating in humble reception and real life application.

Truth-Drenched Youth Ministry

date: Mar 12, 2011 | speaker: Kempton Turner | topic: Youth

How can we breed a ministry full of students who set their hearts to study, live, and teach the Word (Ezra 7:10), treasure the words of His mouth more than food (Job 23:12), delight in the law of the Lord (Psalm 1:2), desire God’s Word more than gold, and have the Word of Christ richly dwelling in them (Colossians 3:16) all to the praise and glory of King Jesus? We can’t! But God can! Come find out how God graciously seeks to create this kind of Bible-saturated breeding ground in your ministry to young people, for the fame of Jesus’ name in this generation!

Expanding the Expectations of Parents and Youth Workers

date: May 01, 2009 | speaker: Kempton Turner | topic: Youth

What radical, Christ-exalting things are you expecting Jesus to do in and through the young people you serve? The Bible and church history reveal that God’s expectations for teenagers are much higher than ours. Our expectations as parents and pastors can be the greatest stepping stone or stumbling block to the fulfillment of God’s glorious kingdom purposes in the lives of the teenagers we serve.

Owning the Word—Teaching Youth to Study Scripture

date: May 01, 2009 | speaker: Brian Tabb | topic: Youth

Would you like to transfer your love of God’s Word to your students and equip them to feed their own souls from the Word? Join us for this seminar designed to motivate and equip you to study the Bible more effectively with youth. Bring a Bible!

Teaching Youth: Watch Out for Your Method

date: Apr 27, 2007 | speaker: Sam Crabtree | topic: Youth

This session is aimed at giving practical direction in making the instruction of youth effective and fruitful.

How Can a Young Person Keep Their Way Pure? Helps for Encouraging Teens in Godliness

date: May 03, 2013 | speaker: Ian Fry | topic: Youth

By Design: Youth Ministry in the Local Church

date: May 03, 2013 | speaker: Jon Nowlin | topic: Youth

Leading Students to Feast on God's Word

date: May 03, 2013 | speaker: Jon Nowlin | topic: Youth

Great Expectations: Embracing a Massive, Christ-Exalting Vision for the Young People that You Serve

date: May 03, 2013 | speaker: Kempton Turner | topic: Youth

Youth Lesson Preparation and Presentation

date: May 03, 2013 | speaker: Kevin Dau | topic: Youth