Youth Ministry as an Inclusive Relational Approach
Brief Description
The programme in Youth Ministry as an Inclusive Relational Approach provides you with an opportunity to successfully bring your ministry to todays youth in the larger southern African context. The programme will equip you with the practical skills to provide an effective ministry to children, teenagers and young adults (either as pastor or congregational youth leader) as part of the local faith community. During the programme you will come to better understand both the theoretical and practical aspects of youth and family ministry, but develop your overall capacity to deliver a meaningful and truly impactful service as part of your ministry.
Learning Outcomes
After completion of the course, successful students/leaders should be able to:
  • Understand youth and family ministry and
  • Give leadership in congregational and community involvement with families and youth themselves.
Course Content
Module 1: Theological departure points in youth ministry
Module 2: Family Ministry
Module 3: Christian Education in Youth Ministry
Module 4: Youth culture and ministry to adolescents
Module 5: Young Ministry- Youth adults and leadership in youth ministry
Entry Requirements
National Senior Certificate (Grade 12/Matric) with at least a two or three year diploma.
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Catalogue and Category:
Social and Religious Studies
Who Should attend:
This course is ideal for you if you are a leader who are involved in youth ministry in local churches and in communities
Delivery Mode:
Contact Sessions, Online
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