One of the most subtle means in which many youth ministries operate is on superstitious faith and/or shame-based moralism, which feeds into culture’s idolatry without even realizing it. This workshop examines our Gospel constants in the context of youth ministry in American culture. We explore some key doctrines of Gospel grace and how to provide a grid in which youth can understand and experience the Gospel in community inside and outside the church.
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Rooted Conference: Kable Cunningham, “Disequilibration: Engaging Middle School Students in the Bible”
Ministering to Gay Students: Dr. Wesley Hill speaks with Rooted
Evaluating the Last 20 Years of Youth Ministry: An Interview with Dr. Mike McGarry and Dr. Walt Mueller
Rooted Podcast: Kevin Yi on Death to Life in the Heart of Leadership