5 Youth Culture Megatrends Every Youth Worker Must Recognize – NYWC 2016 Cincinnati

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What are the cultural forces shaping the values, attitudes, and behaviors of students living in today’s world? In this practical and hope-filled seminar, veteran youth-culture analyst Walt Mueller will overview and critique five of the most powerful cultural realities. Walt will also detail strategies for guiding students through these forces in a way that will allow them to realize their created purpose and live life to the glory of God.

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