CLB Youth

Youth Ministry Workshop

Youth Ministry: Session #1 Youth Ministry: Session #2 Chap Clark Chapman “Chap” Clark is associate provost for strategic projects and Professor and Chair of the Youth, Family, and Culture department in the School of Theology at Fuller Seminary. He also serves as director of the Student Leadership Project and is the School of Theology’s representative

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Splash N Dash 2016

  All students are invited to return to Wisconsin Dells this summer for Splash&Dash. S&D is a 30-hour getaway at the Dells in partnership with several of our sister churches. We meet at 5 pm in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, where we will stay for the night. While there, we will enjoy dinner, a large group

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2016 Youth Workers Continuing Education

Youth Workers Continuing Education, Fergus Falls MN – July 16, 2016 Intense attention has been devoted to the realization that many, if not most, of our students are leaving active faith when they graduate high school, even those who were deeply involved and invested in youth ministry. In addition to that, we know that even our

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The Exit

After a few months of exploring options my family chose to change the school that our daughter attends from a public school to a Christian school. I’ve always been pro-public school, and I still am, but this time I’m at a crossroad with our local school system, and my daughter is very much on the

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CLB Central Region Worship Retreat

The Central Region, along with Word of Life Lutheran Brethren Church in LeSueur, MN, is sponsoring a worship leaders retreat at IPOINT this fall. The cost is just $45 per person. During the weekend Professor Brad Pribbenow will lead 5 sessions designed to cover many topics related to worship. Join us as we discuss our theology of

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Being Next!

As I was locking the door the other night after youth group, I was saying good night to one of my student leaders. After having just talked for thirty fabulous minutes to his small group bible study, he was happy to tell me about, and my mind started to wander. I couldn’t help but think about that

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