LCMS Young Adult Ministry interviews “Lost in Transition: The Dark Side of Emerging Adulthood” authors, Dr. Patricia Herzog and Hilary Davidson. They share their findings from the National Study of Youth and Religion.
The Youth Ministry 2014 Symposium focuses on the life stage known as “emerging adulthood” — young people ages 18 to 34.
For more than 30 years, thousands of Lutheran youth have participated in LCMS Servant Events, learning that serving others can make a difference because of Jesus Christ. LCMS Servant Events equip God’s people to grow in their faith through serving, sharing Christ and developing relationships.
With “Crucified” as their theme, they are set for July at the University of Florida, Concordia University Wisconsin and Utah State University.
Using an Eutychus Youth Grant from LCMS Youth Ministry, Jesus Lutheran Church of the Deaf, Austin, Texas, was able to provide Bibles to hundreds of deaf students.
Some 2,432 youth complete the multiple-choice poll at the 2013 National LCMS Youth Gathering in San Antonio in July.
NYG Servant Events provide a short-term opportunity for young people to serve their neighbor in a new setting, stretch their understanding of the talents and interests God has given them, and be encouraged in service by other LCMS Christians.
The 2014 Youth Ministry Symposium, Jan. 9-11 in St. Louis, will explore the world of young adults, including the so-called “nones,” and our roles as the church to reach them.
The youth conferences are held at the University of Scranton in Scranton, Pa.; Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind.; and Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, Wash.
It’s official — the 2016 LCMS National Youth Gathering will be July 16-20. Stay tuned for the location.
ST. LOUIS, April 11, 2013—Save the date! The 13th triennial Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) National Youth Gathering (Gathering) is set for July 16–20, 2016. The location for the event will be revealed at this summer’s Gathering in San Antonio.