Online trainings help foster faith in young adults
Foster a sense of purpose and call in your young people with the $45 online class “Culture of the Call: Congregational Life.”
Every person is called to serve God in their own unique way. Any layperson or clergyperson may enroll in this $45 online class and learn practical ideas for creating a call-friendly culture in a church.
Learn what other churches are doing. Share your own experiences. Make connections with area camps and campus ministries.
Or, be a mentor to young people and learn how to have conversations with them about faith and calling in the “Timothy Circle Mentor Training” online course, also $45.
One does not have to have all the answers. Simply being a listening ear and a sounding board with years of life experience can mean the world to a young person in a church or community.
Both courses are a part of the Timothy Circle program, which brings all parts of the church together to support young Christians hear and follow God’s voice, and are available at www.beadisciple.com/timothy.
BeADisciple.com is one of several programs of the Richard and Julia Wilke Institute for Discipleship at Southwestern College, a United Methodist institution in Winfield, Kansas.