Tag Archives: Jeremy Del Rio

What's the strategy?

The following question was emailed from Concerts of Prayer Greater New York to Jeremy after the “Mooks, Midriffs …” presentation at the Greater New York Pastors Prayer Summit. “Now I’d like to see how we can reach young people online; what are some strategies and programs that have been successful with such a plugged-in generation?” […]

A Campus Ministry Primer for Cities

A Campus Ministry Primer for Cities

The Playbook originated as a staff training tool for Student Venture’s New York staff, but the project quickly expanded because so much of the content is generic to campus ministry in general. Since there are so few urban camus ministry tools available, we decided to self-publish the Playbook and contain the SV-specific content to two […]

A Reload Diary, from New York

– Republished from Jeremy Del Rio’s blog. Since pictures tell the story better than I could, I’ll let my photo diary from Saturday’s Reload New York speak for me, for now. If the PictoBorwser doesn’t work in your browser, view the full set and slideshow here (170 pics, including Harvey Carey, Dr. A.R. Bernard, Larry […]

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Attn Greater NYC: ACTS Urban Youth Leader Training Available. Register Today

The Latino Leadership Circle in partnership with Street 2 Street and American Bible Society offers ACTS to equip youth leaders, ministers, and volunteers through cutting edge training for those involved on the frontlines of Urban Ministry. Sessions will be conducted by professionally trained and experienced ministers, social workers and marketplace leaders. Topics Include: + A […]

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"The Future of Youth Ministry"

UrbanFaith.com profiles Urban Youth Workers Institute today in a feature called, “The Future of Youth Ministry” by Jeremy Del Rio. Here’s an excerpt: “Few national partners understand the realities that mostly bi-vocational urban youth ministry leaders, many without permanent space, budgets, and staff but drowning in uniquely urban challenges, confront every day. But UYWI gets […]