Since you can’t take people where you haven’t gone yourself, TENx10 starts with focusing on your faith as a youth leader. By developing an intentional strategy through this 8-week journey in a cohort community with a personal coach and a significant ministry project, you’ll grow in self-awareness and cultivate personal and communal habits that deepen your faith so you can help others deepen theirs.
Urban Outreach Foundation
Growing into an effective youth ministry leader is critical for the health of the youth leader and the youth ministry. This deep dive will train youth leaders in successful strategies for ministry planning, leadership development, the business side of ministry, and much more.
No matter how hard you try, you cannot form teenagers’ faith alone. Through TENx10 and a cohort community, personal coach, and a significant ministry project, you’ll learn how to recruit and train adult volunteers to accompany teenagers and model Jesus-centered identity, belonging, and purpose.
In order to effectively disciple young people, we need to empower adults in our communities to become “co-youth ministers” by building a culture of small group discipleship. This Deep Dive is a 5-week asynchronous course that focuses primarily on the Discipleship Emphasis of Training Mentors and includes a 1-hour, one-on-one coaching session from one of our YDisciple Coaches.
Fuller Youth Institute
Based on extensive research from FYI’s book 3 Big Questions That Change Every Teenager, this self-paced online training course equips you with the tips, skills, and practices you and your team need to empathetically help students find Jesus-centered answers to their questions of identity, belonging, and purpose.
Urban Outreach Foundation
Developing the heart and mind of a successful youth leader is critical for youth ministry success. These sessions will share the wisdom of spiritual formation, courageous answers to challenging questions, and relevant faith topics. Prepared youth leaders are effective youth leaders. Let’s dive in.
Created by the Center for Youth Ministry Training’s Theology Together Initiative, "Who Am I" uniquely brings young people and youth leaders together to explore who we all are in Christ and how a strengthened identity in Christ leads to faith-filled living. By creating an environment in which youth are engaged in theological discussion and reflective action with their leaders, not only is the theology of young people expanded, but you as a youth leader are simultaneously trained in the art of engaging young people in theological dialogue.