In this current season of racialized violence and historical social movements, here are tools to help you have important conversations with young people in your community.
At the Fuller Youth Institute, we see diversity as a gift.
When we talk about all the layers of diversity with which we have been gifted, our temptation is to lean into paralyzing cynicism or simplistic answers. We choose neither. This work cannot be done by one person, one organization, or one church. Discover tools to help your congregation grow in partnership and diversity.
Talking about Race with Teenagers: A Youth Leader’s Guide
Our easy-to-use guide is the perfect handbook for any leader who needs a starting point to talk about race, culture, immigration, and power with today’s young people. Throughout the guide you’ll widen your vocabulary, gain insight through stories from diverse perspectives, and follow practical next steps so that you can confidently engage teenagers in faithful and caring discussions about race.
Ready to get talking with young people about race, culture, immigration, and power? This guide will give you a next step.
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Written by practitioners exploring dynamics of culture, leadership, ministry and the role of young people.
Intergenerational Conversation Toolkits
If you’ve read Growing Young, you know how important it is to engage young people in your church. But how? Even when we bring our best intentions to these conversations, the dialogue somehow flops.
These comprehensive guides are the perfect handbook for any adult looking for a starting point in conversations with today’s young people. Each includes an overview of the reality young people in diverse communities face, fundamental principles of conversation, plus 30+ questions and ideas for next steps.
Ready to talk to ANY young person? Our Conversation Toolkits will get you started.
Understanding & Relating to Asian American Youth:
A Bilingual & Intergenerational Conversation Toolkit