We, at the Youth Network, believe in Spiritual formation and Leadership development. We aim to create times and spaces for students to learn about their faith, grow in it and actively engage with it. We do this through the following Projects.
The Learning Project involves a three year Evangelical Catechism class called Explore that will help students gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of their faith. The outline for this class is as follows:
Explore: God's Grand Biblical Narrative (4 weeks | Fall)
Explore: The Lord's Prayer (4 weeks | Spring)
Explore: The Creeds I (4 weeks | Fall)
Explore: The Creeds II (4 weeks | Spring)
Explore: The Decalogue (4 weeks | Fall)
Explore: The Sacraments (4 weeks | Spring)
For more information on Explore and to register please click on "Explore" in the menu bar.
The Worship Project is a space for students to explore what it means to lead in worship. This includes learning to play the music, but more than that, it's learning what it means to worship our God with sincerity, while leading others to do the same. Students will have the opportunity to be mentored by some of Living Waters more seasoned worship leaders and band members. The Worship Project meets every second Tuesday night from 5PM-6:30PM. Dinner is included.
If you have any questions, contact Rebeca.
We at the Youth Network aim to recognize and release students to lead in the Church, in the Youth Network, and in their context. We also believe that God has gifted students with amazing passions, strengths and abilities in leadership. We aim to identify those God-given gifts, teach students how to use them, and create opportunities for them to function in them.
By the end of this program, we desire that every student would:
*If one or more of these expectations cannot be met due to full schedules please talk with Rebeca or Rachel.
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PLEASE NOTE: We will only be accepting applications in September (early) & January (early). We will not be accepting applicants midstream.