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Saturday, October 4 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Making Disciples of Whom? Christology and Youth Ministry

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The National Study of Youth and Religion and more recent research shows that many students in our own youth groups do not believe that Jesus Christ is the one and only way of salvation. They no longer believe in the historic Christian faith, but rather their “faith” is a smattering of quasi-religious fumes, endured with a hefty back story of tolerance, that rides on the nationality of the metanarrative congruence of all faiths. One can certainly do youth ministry from all three pluralism platforms: historic (Jesus is the only way), modern (Jesus is a good way, but there are other ways), or postmodern (who cares about religious dogma; it’s not important anyway), but the this-world outcomes are very different. This session explores in what respect a historic Christian Christology is vital for actual disciple making youth ministry, as well as for youth flourishing.

Sponsored by: Sparkhouse / InterVarsity Press / Youthfront / Nazarene Theological Seminary / Fuller + Fuller Youth Institute / Howard Payne University / Gordon College / Luther Seminary / Seattle Pacific University


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Laura Addis

Laura Addis lives in Kansas City working at both Youthfront and Second Presbyterian Church. Currently a DMin student at Fuller, she would be happy spending every afternoon with students and tweeting from @thelauralarsen. Laura is most spiritually disciplined in the fall when she is busy praying and fasting for her beloved LSU Tigers.
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Len Kageler

Len Kageler has a long and positive track record in working in church-based student ministry. Len is professor of youth and family studies at Nyack College. His many books include Youth Ministry in a Multifaith Society: Forming Christian Identity Among Skeptics, Syncretists, and Sincere Believers of Other Faith, and The Volunteers Field Guide to Youth Ministry.
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Dan Kimball

Dan Kimball is on staff at Vintage Faith Church in Santa Cruz, CA, overseeing the mission and teaching. He is director of the ReGeneration Project at Western Seminary, which studies churches reaching new generations. He has served in youth and college ministry for more than 20 years.
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Andrew Root

Andrew Root is the Olson Baalson Associate Professor of Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Seminary. Andy has worked in congregations, parachurch ministries, and social service programs, and is the author of many books, including a four book series with Zondervan called A Theological Journey Through Youth Ministry.


Saturday October 4, 2014 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Hyatt Regency Ballroom DEF