Training for 10
March 7, 2015
Come join us at MVNU for our third annual Training for 10. A training event specifically priced and planned for you to bring your youth ministry leadership team!
This training event is priced and planned for you to bring your youth ministry leadership team (whether there's more than 10, less than 10 or exactly 10!) for a day of interactive training!
What Do You Get?
- Over 4 hours of engaging youth ministry training
- Continental breakfast
- A link with all the content from the seminar for you to download, including: Seminar Outlines, Seminar Presentation Slides and other free resources
We want you to bring your youth ministry team if possible, so start planning now! Space limited to first 120 participants.
It doesn't matter if you are all paid, all volunteer or something in between... this day will apply to everyone and any team... we may even ask some of the most experienced youth pastors attending to help lead some of the small group discussions! We've added a couple hours to the day based on feedback from past training events, so we have more time to allow you to talk through things with your youth staff.
Coming alone? No problem. We will connect you with other youth leaders flying solo to network and brainstorm together about your ministries!
Bring your team and join the conversation on how to be an effective youth worker in an evolving teenage culture.
- Session 1: Overview of Spiritual Practices
- Session 2: Essential Spiritual Practices in Youth Ministry
- Session 3: Rituals and Rites of Passage
- Session 4: Understanding Youth Ministry as a Spiritual Practice
Joe Proudfoot has been involved in full-time ministry for over 12 years, serving in California and Ohio. He is currently serving as the youth pastor in Napoleon, Ohio where he has been for 6 years. He and his wife Sarah have been married for 15 years and have two kids Ezekiel (7) and Abigail (1). You can usually find Joe reading, playing golf, or fly fishing.
Kyle Lanham was born in southeast OH. At age 11 his family moved to Charleston, WV. He quickly became a WVU fan and still considers West Virginia to be home! Kyle attended MVNU, where he received a BA in Pastoral Ministry, and an MA in Ministry. He has served as youth pastor in Coshocton and Xenia, OH, and is currently serving in Marion, OH. Kyle is married to Stephanie and they have 3 children: Kaitlyn, Noah, and Samuel.
Jonathan Odom has been involved in youth ministry for the past 10 years. As the Pastor of Youth Ministry at Beavercreek Nazarene, he has worked to re-imagine how the church does youth ministry. Jonathan earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, a Master of Arts in Spiritual Formation from Northwest Nazarene University, and is an ordained elder in the Church of the Nazarene. Jonathan enjoys coffee, running, long hikes, and living life with his wife, Kelli, and 3 year old daughter, Evelynn.