Building a Youth Ministry That Builds Disciples – NYWC 2016 Cincinnati

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Where to start, where to go, and how to get there—this seminar will offer a big-picture vision of what it means biblically to build disciples, and it will offer a practical framework for fleshing out that vision in the context of a youth ministry program. This seminar will give you more than ideas—it will offer you a blueprint for building disciples in your particular youth ministry context, and it will give you practical ideas for building a youth ministry that builds disciples.

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