Youth Ministry Program Outcomes
Personal Christian Character: (rationale) Demonstrate servant leadership by consistent modeling of Christ-like behavior through personal devotion, obedience and life style.
Intentional Christian Education: (rationale) Integrate a distinctly Christian worldview philosophy with the Bible and major doctrinal categories into a ministry plan for youth and their families.
Components of Youth Ministry: (rationale) Know the key pieces of the youth ministry environment in the areas of church, family and community to achieve intentional spiritual growth in adolescents.
Methodology of Youth Ministry: (rationale) Demonstrate a competence in the various teaching techniques and methodologies for effective youth ministry.
The Cultural of Modern Youth: (rationale) Know the implications of technology, adolescent sociology and secular worldviews in relation to the spiritual development of youth.
Pastoral Orientation to Youth Ministry: (rationale) Promote faith ownership and leadership in adolescents through evangelism and discipleship with intentional care, direct guidance and informed counseling.
Leadership and Administration: (rationale) Synthesize a comprehensive plan for youth ministry through the major organizational management components.