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Turn Your Campus 2017
Mark your calendars for Turn Your Campus 2017, a catalytic, one-day campus/community evangelism training event held on the campus of Biola University. TYC is designed to encourage and challenge junior high and high school students as well as the youth leaders and educators who serve and support them. This event focuses on networking and building healthy student-to-student and ministry-to-ministry relationships.
Youth workers make sure to bring your youth & join us at TYC 2017.REGISTER
UYWI YOUTH WORKER TRACK
CORE Competencies of a SOLID Youth Ministry- taught by Larry Acosta
This is no time for passive youth ministry – Kids’ lives are at stake! Learn the core competencies and map out the practical steps for moving your ministry from good to great! Build your team, become a more relational youth ministry than you’ve ever been, and raise up student leaders who will reach their friends and serve beyond the four walls of the church.
Lasting Impact– taught by Tommy Nixon
Learn how to empower your students to be the leaders they were created to be, by shaping a culture of discipleship and leadership. Gain practical steps for walking with neighborhood youth from the street level to becoming radical followers of Jesus.
The Messy Art of Helping Hurting Kids- taught by Jamie Kovich
Your students are hurting. Stop ignoring it! It’s time for us, as youth workers, to see and minister to the physical, spiritual and mental pain students are going through. Gain essential tools for building a youth ministry that is a safe place to share hurts, habits and hang-ups. Find out how this paradigm shift from playing church to actually helping hurting students has helped us double our youth ministry.
Go & Make Disciples– taught by Jose Rodriguez
One of the greatest ways to produce spiritual fruit that will last, is to make disciples. But what is discipleship, really? What does it look like when you meet? What elements do you incorporate? Jesus said, “Go and make Disciples.” It was a command, not a suggestion. Let’s learn practical ways to live this out with young people so we don’t miss our Kingdom assignment.