Young people are powerful.
It’s our responsibility to teach the next generation how to carry on tradition as well as innovation; showing them what our generation got right, and how we need to improve. We know that families come in all shapes and sizes, and we want to prepare you to help them in the best way possible. This is how we’re making better communities.
The major has given me a lot of valuable insights into how ministry works in the lives of students, especially students who don’t get to have much constructive experience outside of their moments with small groups. It’s given me a new perspective into what ministry means for the youth of God’s kingdom, how churches and para-church ministries construct curriculum around their teachings, and how building a healthy and Jesus-centered environment can lead to multiplication of believers. I can’t wait to jump into the field of youth ministry as a full-time career after college.
Youth + Family Ministry
FUTURE YOUTH + FAMILY MAJOR
You’ve got a bright future ahead of you.
Limitless options. Extreme flexibility. Future-proofed career skills. Next Gen Ministry majors have boundless opportunities.
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Senior year semester-long internship
Students dive into a fully-immersive ministry internship that provides on-site field practice in ministry, which prepares them for either continued graduate work or continued ministry in their local church.
Learning in the classroom is one of the core ways that you can grow as a person. However, we believe classrooms can only go so far. That is why each student has the opportunity to connect with a faculty or staff member to talk about class, life, and Jesus. Because learning is more than just knowledge, it is experiencing life-changing relationships.