Helping Teens Tell Their Stories of Faith
Tuesday March 6, 2018
Featuring Amanda Drury, PhD., Indiana Wesleyan and David Dark, PhD., Belmont University
We love it when a student "Gets It" in our youth ministries. But what is the "It" they are actually getting? We are going to look at the importance of helping students articulate their faith in our youth ministries, the "Why?" of it, and the "How?" to help your students articulate their faith.
COST: $68 if registered before Jan 15th ($80 after Jan 15th).
Groups of 4 or more receive a 25% discount. Use 'YMGroup2018' coupon code when paying the final fee.
Amanda Drury (PhD Princeton Theological Seminary) has been in youth ministry for about fifteen years. She serves as Associate Professor of Practical Theology at Indiana Wesleyan University where she lives with her husband and three children. She is the author of Saying is Believing: The Necessity of Testimony in Adolescent Spiritual Formation, and is currently serving as director of Examen, a summer theological institute for high school students, as well as The Brain Kitchen, a non-profit organization in Marion, Indiana serving children with after-school mentoring and cooking classes in a trauma-informed environment.
David Dark (PhD, Vanderbilt University) teaches in the College of Theology at Belmont University and among the incarcerated communities of Nashville, Tennessee. He is the author of Life's Too Short To Pretend You're Not Religious, The Sacredness of Questioning Everything, Everyday Apocalypse and The Gospel According to America. He also contributed to the book Radiohead and Philosophy and has published articles in Pitchfork, MTVNes and America Magazine. He lives with his singer-songwriter wife, Sarah Masen, and their three children in Nashville. You can follow him on Twitter @daviddark