Fuller Youth Institute Blog
Repeatedly, FYI has been told by parents, local youth pastors, denominational representatives, and national youth ministry leaders that this research has the potential to reshape local ministries as well as the field of youth ministry nationally. In response, FYI created the Sticky Faith Cohort, a dynamic learning group process of innovative churches committed to take the research and apply it to their settings to offer more transformative youth and family ministry.
Tuesday May 14, 11am Pacific
I’ve taken a fantastic seminary course on prayer. I own a shelf-full of superb books on prayer. But what has most motivated and impacted my own prayer life is my mom’s daily example of praying for our family and our world.
If both music and faith are languages we learn, could our approach to teaching make all the difference?
Why don’t we expect great things of the teenagers we interact with day in and day out? Here are three ways to start.
Every week we see the incredible impact of Sticky Faith on youth workers, churches and families. The stories we hear remind us of the incredible faithfulness of God and how his timing is always right. For Suzanne and her three sons, the hopeful and practical message of Sticky Faith came at just the right time.
Does our definition influence the way we serve? You better believe it.