Youth Ministry Leadership Certification: Semester Two
Youth Ministry StrategyWatch the Welcome Video
Meet Your Hosts
Spend some time with Jassie and Ryan as they share collective wisdom from youth pastors across Canada. Our youth ministry advisory team has over 100 years of combined experience and we've condensed the most practical material into high impact modules for you to digest with someone on our Youth Ministry Mentorship Team. The Youth Ministry Leadership Certification Program is unlike any other program available today: cutting edge instruction, personal mentorship and a library of resources and templates that are yours to keep.
Semester Two: Youth Ministry Strategy
COURSE LAUNCH: MAY 2020
In Semester 2 of the Youth Ministry Leadership Certification Program you'll jump right into the practical aspects of running a youth ministry and get action steps you can put into practice right away. The topics covered in this module are:
- Staying on Course
- Intentional Discipleship
- Strategic Ministry Planning
- Avoiding Burnout
- Empowering Those Around You
More than a course. A personalized mentoring experience.
What makes courses on Mentorship.One unique? This isn't just "curriculum" (you can find that anywhere). When you register for The Youth Ministry Leadership Certification Program your District Coordinator will pair you with a vetted mentor from your district. The course content is just the beginning... the conversations you have with an experienced youth pastor will help you to put things into place in your home church context, and troubleshoot the unique situations facing your ministry.
For a broad overview of this process, go to the Youth Ministry Leadership Certification Program overview page at ymin.cc
Mentoring Track Sponsor
Mission Canada is a growing movement of God's people who actively care about our nation. Its strength is the collective passion, insight, and vision of proven local practitioners on five missional priorities that focus on particular peoples in our nation:
- Canada’s next generation—children, youth and post-secondary campus students
- The people of Quebec and Francophones in other provinces
- Cultural Language Groups (Newcomers to Canada)
- Indigenous Peoples of Canada—First Nations, Métis and Inuit
- Those who live in Canada’s growing urban centres
For more information, paoc.org/canada/about