Youth Worker Training Series

2019 - 2020 Events

Youth workers are our heroes! We believe in what you do to help students grow in their relationship with Jesus. Our desire is to partner with you and offer training events throughout the school year that will inspire, challenge, and equip you to minister to youth and young adults. Youthfront’s Youth Worker Training events are theologically rich as well as practical.


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Youth Worker Learning Lab

Developmentally, the middle school years are filled with rapid transitions. The changes that are taking place inside of these young adolescents are not just physical. Every aspect of their lives including physical, social, mental, emotional, and spiritual is in transition. How does a youth ministry take into account these realities while creating programs for middle schoolers? Youthfront’s first Youth Worker Lab, led by veteran camp staff, is an interactive experience designed for both professional and volunteer youth workers to learn how to incorporate a theology of play into programming that meets the developmental needs of middle schoolers.

Thursday, October 10, 6-8pm, $10 (includes dinner)
Youthfront HQ (4600 Rainbow BLVD)

Space is limited to the first 50 registrations!
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Coming Soon…

Andy Root

The Pastor in a Secular Age

Being a pastor is no easy task in our time.  Institutions are weaker, budgets are in decline, people are uninterested, and commitment is wavering.  But these are only symptoms of a bigger issue.  This presentation will seek to peer beneath the symptoms and explore why many pastors find themselves in an identity crisis.  The presentation examines what living in a secular age does to pastoral identity and how pastors can find new footing within it.

Thursday, November 7, 9a-1pm, $10 (includes lunch)
Church of the Resurrection (Student Center)

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Sarah Farmer

Save the Date: March 12, 2020

Sarah Farmer is assistant professor of practical theology and community development at Indiana Wesleyan University. Her research interests include the concept of hope, especially among marginalized populations. Registration details coming soon.

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