Launching a Sticky Faith Youth Ministry From the Ground – NYWC Memphis 2017

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Designed especially for leaders starting (or restarting) a youth ministry from scratch, this seminar will explore practical ways to build innovative and contextual ministry models around Sticky Faith philosophy and best practices without wading through entrenched, tired traditions. Based on real church experiments in church plants and start-over youth ministries, this seminar will offer lessons from the success and stumbling of leaders who are in your shoes so you can gain ground-level ideas to chart your own course forward.

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