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Reversing The Exodus: 7 Traits Of Churches That Successfully Attract Young Adults

Reversing The Exodus 7 Traits Of Churches That Successfully Attract Young Adults Church Youth Ministry Lilly Foundation Funding Grants Insights into Religion News

As fewer young people fill the pews of houses of worship, some congregations are trying innovative ways to halt the exodus of young adults from organized religion.

Open call for journal entries: The Wabash Center

Open call for journal entries: The Wabash Center

Dates & Time: 
Jan 01, 2017

The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion is calling for journal submissions for its international peer-reviewed journal, “Teaching Theology and Religion.” In 400 words, describe a successful teaching tactic that you have used when teaching online. Your successful teaching tactic should be transferable by the reader beyond the narrowly specific context of your course, your reading assignments, and your lecture notes.

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Nurturing children's spirituality through stories

Educator, consultant and author Ivy Beckwith facilitated a workshop for the Indianapolis Center for Congregations, an organization dedicated to helping strengthen Indiana congregations, that focused on ways to spiritually nurture... read more >

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Duplicating and expanding programs: How-to guides

Project Transformation is a literacy and youth development program begun in Texas and “grounded in three C’s: children, college students and church.” The program’s success inspired college student volunteers to... read more >

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Teaching youth about health through scripture

The Christian community can set a positive example of caring for health and can support church and community youth in making healthy decisions. An effective message requires adults to examine... read more >

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The Thanksgiving Challenge: Learning about Hunger

Rabbi Lenny Gordon and his synagogue’s teenage students engaged in learning to shop for Thanksgiving as though limited to a food stamp budget. The challenge extended the synagogue’s participation in... read more >

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The values and messages in the film "Life of Pi"

A movie about a boy who survives a shipwreck in a lifeboat, alone except for a man-eating tiger, asks viewers to accept an openness to faith without preaching or proselytizing.... read more >

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Good Chapel Planning Begins with Asking the Right Questions

A 2012 seminar on chapel planning for the high school setting revealed that there is a wide variety in how often chapel happens, that some chapel models work better than... read more >

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A Chapel Planning Process that Engages Students

“In chapel now, there’s not nearly as much talking or goofing around or being late,” says Ben Dykhouse in an interview conducted by Joan Huyser-Honig for the Calvin Institute of... read more >

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